THE RAVEN ESSAY


Today speak of the history “the raven” and the relationship that has values, citizenship and value commitment, to speak of these two values, first we need to know the meaning of these, Citizenship is the status of being a citizen. If you have citizenship in a country, you have the right to live there, work, vote, and pay taxes, Citizenship comes from the Latin word for city, because in the earlier days of human governments, people identified themselves as belonging to cities more than countries. Citizenship is more than merely living somewhere. If you have citizenship, you have a whole set of rights that non-citizens might not have. Usually you have citizenship in the country you're born in, but if you're an immigrant from somewhere else, you have to apply for it; commitment involves dedicating yourself to something, like a person or a cause. Before you make a commitment, think carefully. A commitment obligates you to do something , Some commitments are large, like marriage. When you take a job, you're making a commitment to show up and do the job well, and your employer makes a commitment to pay you. There are smaller commitments too. If you said you'd meet a friend at six, that's a commitment — show up or your friend will be mad. You also can speak of commitment as a quality. Staying after school for a study group shows your commitment to good grades.
to be able to relate these two values, we give a brief introduction of this story , the raven is a poem written by Edgar Allan Poe, which speaks of a man who is obsessed with the death of leonore the woman who the he wanted to but now the dead, , one day this man was in the Studio and began to knock on the door, the heads to open the door but when him open the door is not nobody, man returned to study and a raven this glass saying nevermore , to hear this bird says this man begins to ask questions but this bird just dedicates itself to say nevermore , the bird was bedridden at the statue of a goddess (Athena) , much emphasis on death, is made in the history of  the majority of stories written by the author Edgar Allan Poe make great emphasis on death , Since we know the meaning of the two values and a summary of the history, we could say that the value of citizenship is not related Since at any moment in history speaks of a similar theme , as the commitment value does not have any relationship with history, since this story is about values such as love that has more sense and relation .
In conclusion the history “the raven” and the values, citizenship and commitment has no relationship, This is a story where you take death as a theme of overcoming and you must let go that person while it appears to you in the form of any animal , in a way this poem leaves us much to think and reflect, in addition to being one of the poems most famous Edgar Allan Poe ; It is a charged history of suffering, loneliness and sadness , where are we taught that all end is bad and we have to have control over our feelings and learn how to release or let go to people who already are not in this world , regardless of the pain we feel at that moment , everything can be overcome. 

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