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In “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe, the raven flies in and alights in the speaker’s chamber. The speaker begins speaking with the bird. As the poem progresses, what are some ways the speaker refers to the raven? He calls the raven a terror, a bust of Pallas, and a living human being. He calls the raven a saint, a fowl, and a lord. He calls the raven a prophet, a thing of evil, and a fiend. He calls the raven a visitor, a maiden, and a friend.

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Jennefer483

he calls the raven a prophet, a thing of evil, and a fiend

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