Synopses & Reviews
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven," delves into the hidden horrors of the human psyche. Originally published in 1845, Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" is narrated by a melancholy scholar who is lamenting Lenore, a woman he loved and lost. One bleak December midnight a raven shows up at his door—with only one thing to say, “Nevermore!” The ravens repetitious “Nevermore” slowly drives the narrator to madness. Yanai Pery brings to life the narrator and the raven in a truly unique way. The perfect book to revisit this classic poem and delve into its mysteries in a new and intriguing way.
About the Author
Born January 19, 1809, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. American short-story writer, poet, critic, and editor Edgar Allan Poe's tales of mystery and horror initiated the modern detective story, and the atmosphere in his tales of horror is unrivaled in American fiction. His The Raven (1845) numbers among the best-known poems in national literature.
Yanai Pery lives in Tel Aviv. He finished his illustration studies eight years ago at the academy for the arts in Jerusalem. He creates comics, children books, and even one animation short film. His last book was called The Red Asteroid, published in Israel in 2010. The Raven is his favorite poem and he knows it by heart.