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Monday, February 18, 2019

The Raven, James Carling, 1883-87

"The Raven is certainly Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous work, and perhaps part of the reason lies in how often it’s been illustrated by awesome artists. From its publication in 1845 to the 21st century, artists have captured and reinterpreted the poem in different styles in their illustrations for The Raven: from modern to romantic, surreal to macabre, each puts their own spin on the story, adding new meaning and intonation. Looking at the range of interpretations underscores just how influential and important The Raven is as a piece of poetry..."––Tasha Brandstatter, BookRiot.com

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While You Browse & Ponder The Art
Please LISTEN & ENJOY:

POE’s ‘THE RAVEN’
An Immersive-Audio Reading
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Below view a few
BEST Of "THE RAVEN" ILLUSTRATIONS... 

The Raven, Edouard Manet, 1875
Nevermore, The Raven, Doré, 1883

The Bells and Other Poems, Edmund Dulac, 1912

The Raven, Manet, 1875

Nevermore The Raven, Yuumei

The Raven, Doré, 1883

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