I find it rather interesting to ponder that the raven owned by Charles Dickens named Grip was the influence behind Edgar Allan Poe's writing of the poem 'The Raven' and that the raven is stuffed and on show at the Free Library of Philadelphia.
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"...“Although there is no concrete proof,” she writes, “most Poe scholars are in agreement that the poet’s fascination with Grip was the inspiration for his 1845 poem The Raven.”"
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I found out about Poe's fascination of Dickens' raven Grip when listening to the Storical Podcast below.
|Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, and Grip the Raven|
And remember that you need light to make a rainbow;-)Two Birds and a Double Rainbow?🌈