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"The Raven"- Citizenship and Commitment

"The Raven" is a narrative poem created by Edgar Allan Poe, this poem is mainly aclaimed and noted foe its musicality. "The Raven"shows a Raven´s mysterious visit to the house of a narrator in the mourning of his lost companion, Lenore. In this essay we will be trying to apply the values of citizenship and commitment to this caracteristically super natural, full of folk, mythological, religious and classical references. Citizenship is when the attitude of an individual, and  its character, are accepted, and this individual is viewed as a member of society, behaviored in terms of the duties, obligations and functions of  citizen. Commitment is the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause or a certain activity or activities. In “The Raven”, I don’t really see the value of citizenship involucrated at all, Edgar Allan Poe’s intention when writing this poem was addresing the idea of a rotten and undying devotion, the narrator, who also happens to be the main chara…

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