The Question and Answer section for Poe’s Poetry is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Poe himself meant the Raven to symbolize 'mournful, never-ending remembrance.'The Raven represents the narrator's isolation and grief.
I don't think there is anything out of sort within the context of Poe's stories. They all feature unreliable or "crazy" narrators who imagine all manner of wrongs done against them. The Cask of Amontillado is really no different. Constructing a...
I think this is asking for your opinion rather than mine. I think Poe just enjoyed writing twisted revenge stories with unreliable narrators. They are fun to read!