The Raven Illustrated by Dore

Born in 1832, Gustav Doré was was a French artist, printmaker, illustrator, comics artist, caricaturist, and sculptor who worked primarily with wood-engraving. Doré was commissioned to create art for books by Cervantes, Rabelais, Balzac, Milton, Dante, and Lord Byron. Just before his death in 1883, he illustrated The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe.

Here, you can read The Raven along with the illustrations as they appeared...

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CoverA Midnight DrearyA Bleak DecemberVainly I had sought to borrowSorrow for LenoreNameless Here for EvermoreSome Late VisitorDarkness there and Nothing MoreDreams no mortal ever Dared to DreamSomething at my Window LatticeOpen here I Flung the ShutterNot the Least Obeisance Made HePerched Upon a Bust of PallasWandering from the Nightly ShoreOther Friends Have Flown BeforeFancy Unto FancyVelvet LiningRespite and NepentheBy Horror HauntedBalm in GileadWhom the Angels Name LenoreBird or Fiend!Back into the TempestMy Soul from out that Shadow



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The Raven Illustrated by Dore
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