Question: English & Literature

Why is the setting of The Raven important?
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The setting, itself, lends itself to the poem's mood. Consider that it is dark and dreary. It is winter time ( a time for death). The man is sitting in the shadows, and even the fireplace is casting 'ghosts' upon the floor. 

MHood2 | 594 days ago