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Charlotte Raven         
BRITISH WRITER
Charlotte Raven (born 1969) is a British author and journalist. She studied English at the University of Manchester.
The Raven         
  • Gustave Doré's illustration of the final lines of the poem accompanies the phrase "And my soul from out that shadow that lies floating on the floor/Shall be lifted—nevermore!"
  • obeisance]] made he" (7:3), as illustrated by [[Gustave Doré]] (1884)
  • Mallarmé]]'s translation, depicting the first two lines of the poem.
  • Pallas Athena]], a symbol of wisdom meant to imply the narrator is a scholar. Illustration by [[Édouard Manet]] for [[Stéphane Mallarmé]]'s translation, ''Le Corbeau'' (1875).
  •  ''The Raven and Other Poems'', [[Wiley and Putnam]], New York, 1845
NARRATIVE POEM BY EDGAR ALLAN POE
The Raven (poem); The Raven (Edgar Allen Poe); The Raven (Edgar Allan Poe); Quoth The Raven, Nevermore; The raven; Raven (poem); Once upon a midnight dreary
"The Raven" is a narrative poem by American writer Edgar Allan Poe. First published in January 1845, the poem is often noted for its musicality, stylized language, and supernatural atmosphere.
John Raven         
ENGLISH CLASSICAL SCHOLAR (1914-1980)
John Earle Raven; J. E. Raven; J.E. Raven
John Earle Raven (13 December 1914 – 5 March 1980) was an English classical scholar, notable for his work on presocratic philosophy, and amateur botanist.
Examples of use of Charlotte Raven
1. Her much–publicised affair with Charlotte Raven did not convert her to the other side.
2. It was against this background that Charlotte Raven entered the picture – first as a contributor, then as a junior member of staff.
3. Being the subject of a minor scandal, and being compared to Hitler by Charlotte Raven in the Independent on Sunday, kind of tipped me over the edge slightly, and that‘s when the Googling started.
4. He got a first at Oxford in PPE, went to Harvard on a Fulbright, won a prized traineeship on the Times, then co–founded the Modern Review with Julie Burchill and Cosmo Landesman in 1''1 and edited it successfully until 1''5 when Julie ran off with Charlotte Raven and Toby closed the magazine, seemingly in a fit of pique.