Lenore

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Lenore

“saintly soul floats on the Stygian river.” [Am. Lit.: “Lenore” in Hart, 468]
See: Death

Lenore

the lost love with whom the poet learns that he will nevermore be united. [Am. Poetry: Poe The Raven]
References in classic literature ?
This quickly took us out of range of Red-Eye, and the last we saw of him was far out on a point of land, where he was jumping up and down and chanting a paean of victory.
Then advancing, he placed his foot upon the broad chest of his headless foe and broke out into a chant, or rather a paean of triumph, so beautiful, and yet so utterly savage, that I despair of being able to give an adequate version of his words.