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- The speaker of the poem believes that the loss of his love, Annabel Lee, is an event worth
sharing with the world. In what figurative terms
does the speaker frame his love and his loss,
and how is this intended to heighten readers'
sense of their importance? Highlight relevant
words, phrases, and lines in the first two stanzas.
Annotate to explain how the speaker's feelings
about his love and loss are revealed in this
section of the poem.

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