Synopses & Reviews
Lamenting the loss of a gentle but passionate woman, the narrator drinks, yet somberly dwells on her name. A local raven, with the capacity to utter like a parrot a syllable or two, repeats "Lenore," and "Nevermore." The narrator, tired and broken, believes the raven might be sent by God or even by the Devil, and tries talking with it.
The Raven... Annabel Lee... Ulalume... these are some of the spookiest, most macabre poems ever written, by a master of the genre. The timeless poems of Edgar Allen Poe have been collected in this chilling, affordable volume, with an introduction by bestselling fantasy author Philip Pullman.
The timeless poems of Poe have been assembled in this chilling volume with an Introduction by bestselling fantasy author Phillip Pullman.