in this unit we read the raven by edgar Allen Poe.this poem tells of a scholar who has recently lost his lover. In order to cope with these feelings of loss, he has taken to excluding himself in his study where he continues to read various books. while he is doing this he then hears a knocking on his door and window. The scholar then discovers that it is a crow that that let’s itself in .then begins a long conversation between the scholar and the bird to which the crow only answers, nevermore. the narrator is then subsequently driven insane from the crowd repeating of the word to every question he asks and over the grief caused by his loss. Instructions respond to edgar Allen Poe’s, the raven by answering the following writing prompt in an argumentative essay prompt: for this essay you craft a three paragraph response that answers the following question is the raven real or imaginary use evidence from the poem in your own thinking to support your answer this essay should explore how different of the poem setting mood imaginary?symbolism and the speakers word choice all contribute to the existence of nonexistence of the bird. paragraph 1 introduction 5 sentences.the poem in the author write a sentence that states your position is the Raven real or imaginary present three reasons that support your position that the Raven is real or imaginary paragraph two evidence 6 sentences in this paragraph you will discuss each of your reasons use textual evidence quotes to support each of the reasons The Raven is either real or imaginary provide one to two sentences for each reason and include textual evidence supporting your position quotes from the poem do not count towards the number of required sentences. paragraph 3 conclusion 4-5 sentences restate your position and the reasons you believe the raven is real or imaginary.do not just repeat your thesis statement or state that you stand by your position. instead, show your reader why your position is important and demonstrate a connection between your reasons. leave your reader with a memorable idea that shows your position is interesting and valid.