Griffith and Farran, 1884 - 24 oldal
Perhaps his most well-known work today, this illustrated version, printed in 1884 and nearly 40 years after the author's death, shows how the narrator's despair captured the imagination of readers then as it does now. Even today, The Raven is commonly read and recited in schools during Halloween, and it is often satirized in television and movies. So light a candle and lock your chamber door, and get ready to enjoy this classic, forevermore.?
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