The Raven Edgar Allan Poe 1845. Literary Terms. Single Effect: the belief that a short story should be constructed to achieve “a certain unique or single effect.” Every character, incident, detail should contribute to this effect. Gothic style: -traditionally deals with a terror of the soul.
-The story is set in bleak or remote places
-The plot involves macabre or violent incidents.
-Characters are in psychological and/or physical torment.
-A supernatural or otherworldly element is often present.
1. Rollercoaster emotions
Have torn me apart
And there is a restless ocean
Deep in my heart
2. Keyboard clicks quietly
3. when furnaces burn
4. It beats as it sweeps and cleans
5. A stroke of luck
6. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers
7. I must confess that in my quest I felt depressed and restless
8. Of the tribe which describe with a jibe the perversions of Justice—