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Returning by moonlight to the inn where his true love, the landlord's daughter, awaits him, the highwayman is unaware that the king's soldiers also lie in wait for him, concealed in the girl'sbedroom.
6) The raven
Perhaps Poe's most famous work, The Raven was first published in 1845 in the New York Evening Mirror. Known for its tight rhymes, rhythm, and the repetitive response given by the eponymous raven-Nevermore-the poem focuses on that raven and a forlorn man who is distraught over his lost lover, Lenore.
The latest installment in the Visions in Poetry series features the classic poems of Emily Dickinson interpreted--and beautifully rendered by--an outstanding contemporary artist who won the Governor General's Award for Illustration.
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