USE EXAMPLES FROM THE POEM “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe 1. What do you notice about the rhyme scheme? The only rhyme that repeated in every stanza was B. 2. What effect does the rhyme scheme have on the reader? It is a beautiful rhyme it has a sing-song rhythm, when combined with the sad words it makes “Annabel Lee” more sour. 3. According to the narrator, how did the woman die? She was sick, claimed angels killed her by powerful winds or something. 4. According to the narrator, why did the woman die? Claimed the angels were jealous of their relationship. Analyze the diction of the poem: The diction allowed the love to be expressed when Annabel was alive and dead their bond strengthened even in death. 5. What does "dissever" mean? What word could have been used instead? What is the effect of this word choice? It means to divide or serve something. It gives off a big effect to the audience because we are picturing the devil cannot divide her soul up.