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Poe in Oak Park, IL.

Part One of the Nov. 24, 1999 Pioneer Press Oak Leaves of Oak Park,Il. Feature Story on Darryl Maximilian Robinson and his ESC staging of "THE RAVEN AND SIX OTHER POINTS OF INTEREST" by Edgar Allan Poe at The Harrison Street Galleries Studio Theatre of Oak Park written by Myrna Petlicki. Photo by Andy Carlson.

Part Two of Nov. 24, 1999 Pioneer Press Feature Story on The Raven and Six Other Points of Interest.

Part Two of the Nov. 24, 1999 Pioneer Press Oak Leaves of Oak Park Feature Story on Darryl Maximilian Robinson and his ESC staging of EDGAR ALLAN POE'S "THE RAVEN AND SIX OTHER POINTS OF INTEREST" at The Harrison Street Galleries Studio Theatre in Oak Park, Il. written by Myrna Petlicki. Photo by Any Carlson.

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The great American Poet and Storyteller Edgar Allan Poe with a notable friend.

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1999 Wednesday Journal of Oak Park, Il. Feature Story on Darryl Maximilian Robinson and his presentation of "THE RAVEN AND SIX OTHER POINTS OF INTEREST" by Edgar Allan Poe written by Darryl Cater. Photo by Andy Carlson.

The Raven and Six Other Points of Interest by Edgar Allan Poe.

Theatre Artist Darryl Maximilian Robinson has long admired the works of the great American poet and storyteller Edgar Allan Poe. Between 1990 and 2001, in the cities of Louisville, Ky., St. Louis, Mo. and Chicago, Il., with a variety of very talented stage performers, Mr. Robinson garnered some critical praise and attention for his adaptation, staging and performance as THE NARRATOR in multiple presentations of "THE RAVEN AND SIX OTHER POINTS OF INTEREST" by EDGAR ALLAN POE.

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"The Raven" is a narrative poem of the horror genre published in 1845. Oft parodied and referenced, it is the most famous work by author Edgar Allan Poe, and to this day is one of the most well-known pieces of poetry ever written.

It tells the tale of an unidentified narrator who is mourning the loss of his love, Lenore, when he is interrupted by the tapping of a raven whose constant repetition of the word "Nevermore" increasingly aggravates him to the point of madness.

Team Namer for the Baltimore Ravens football (American) team. Contributes to the existential horror suffered by those they defeat.

Tropes used in The Raven (poem) include:

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