anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the function of the repetition of the raven's single word, "Nevermore"? A. to suggest that the raven is a demon B. to simplify the poem's rhyme scheme C. to help the speaker accept his grief and move on with life D. to stress the speaker's despair over his loss
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Proceeding from the assumption that repeating something enhances both the effect and the importance of the statement, the repetition of "nevermore" reiterates the grief, despair and fatalistic hopelessness of the speaker in the poem. Repeating this also prolongs mourning. So the answer is D! Good luck in class!
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks!!!
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  • anonymous
You're very welcome ^_^!

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