Summary

Edgar Allen Poe's classic poem about a man haunted by the loss of his beloved Lenore, a man whose despair is personified by the sudden appearance of a sleek, black raven that repeats but a single dreadful word: "nevermore". ."
(P)2006 PC Treasures, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jean Junior on 28-12-16

Excellent reading!

I really enjoy listening to this. It is read so well, with so much feeling. I recommend this to everyone who, like me, loves poetry.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jaclyn on 25-11-13

Best reading every

Would you listen to The Raven again? Why?

I have since purchasing this audiobook, listened to it at least twenty times. The quality of the performance and the depth of emotions it outstanding. The best reading I've yet heard.

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1 out of 5 stars
By steve on 01-12-09

Terrible narrator

Sorry but this guy should be reciting something from Shakespeare as his voice was way to weak and not nearly scary or evil enough for something written Edgar Allen Poe!

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