The Tell-Tale Heart. Literature & Language Assignment (Other (Not Listed) Sample)
No outside source please, just the short story, and no plagiarism. Thank you. I’m going to upload the files as wellsource..
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May 21, 2020
The Tell-tale Heart
Edgar Allan Poe’s "The Tell-Tale Heart" uses published in 1843 shows an unnamed narrator’s descent to madness after murdering an old man by using stunning imagery by making use of acute senses.
The narrator is first shown cold and calculating from the get-go, but cracks start to form more and more as the story moves forward, ending with his manic desperation in his pleas for sanity. He takes pride in his killing of an innocent man, with his primary, and only, motive for killing was simply because the old man had a “vulture-eye”. He then proceeds to describe how he murdered him and how he managed to successfully hide his dead body.
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