EDGAR ALLAN POE’S ANNABEL LEE: POEM & PHONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

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Nathaniel G. Gido, EdD, PhDc
Emelita G Postrero
Jose Dindo N. Mansueto
Princess Ericka Vargas

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Even though Annabel Lee went gone, the narrator of the poem retains a strong relationship with her and is always brought back to his dear Annabel Lee by everything he experiences. Poe uses personification to communicate the main idea of death across the entire poem. The melancholy love narrative and sonorous language of "Annabel Lee," one of Poe's best-known poems, fascinate readers. It tells the story of the relationship between two characters named Annabel Lee and the speaker, a man who could be an inspiration for the poet. Given that both an angelic and a demonic force are mentioned as wanting to keep the two lovers apart, this poem has a rhyme and rhythm that is reminiscent of fairytales. It also has a supernatural undertone.

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Nathaniel G. Gido, EdD, PhDc, Emelita G Postrero, Jose Dindo N. Mansueto, & Princess Ericka Vargas. (2022). EDGAR ALLAN POE’S ANNABEL LEE: POEM & PHONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 10(7), 215–221. Retrieved from https://internationaljournals.co.in/index.php/giirj/article/view/2405
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