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    The Tell-Tale-Heart In the story The Tell-Tale-Heart the writer Edgar Allan Poe expresses his own experience to the story by describing himself towards the old man. The writer Edgar Allan Poe took a tale about an old man who was unstable and states a main point and purpose that he can reach the dark side that exists to all humans. Edgar Allan Poe tries to present the information in a way that shows others that hurting others will make you feel guilty of what you have done. The writer Edgar Allan

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    In Edgar Allen Poe’s "The Tell-Tale Heart" the man hated the old mans eye so he killed him. Every night he would sneak into the old mans room. One night the old man woke up and was scared. The boy heard his heart beating and got angry when he seen the old mans eye. He killed him just because he seen his eye so I think he should go into a mental hospital. He pulled the bed up and over the old man and smothered him. He held it there for a while to make sure. He pulled the bed off and felt for

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    The Tell Tale Heart By Skylar O’Connor and Brianna Molloy Edgar Allan Poe • Born on January 19‚ 1809‚ in Boston‚ Massachusetts‚ U.S. • Poe never really knew his parents. • Also wrote The Raven‚ The Pit and the Pendulum‚ The Fall of the House of Usher‚ and Annabel Lee • Poe published his first book‚ Tamerlane and Other Poems in 1827. • He married his cousin Virginia‚ in 1836‚ when she was only 13. • Poe had problems with alcohol • Died on October 7‚ 1849 The Tell Tale Heart Summary • The story

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    on essay and paragraph structures‚ thesis statements‚ and quoting. Remember that a final draft should be edited‚ proofread and thorough. You should remove all old instructor comments and be sure to submit a clean‚ polished final draft! Formatting Guidelines: Insert your responses into this file after the directions and use 12 pt font‚ Times New Roman style‚ double-spaced. Your essay should include an introduction paragraph with a strong thesis statement‚ at least three persuasive body paragraphs

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    The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe Copyright Notice ©2011 eNotes.com Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. No part of this work covered by the copyright hereon may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means graphic‚ electronic‚ or mechanical‚ including photocopying‚ recording‚ taping‚ Web distribution or information storage retrieval systems without the written permission of the publisher. ©1998-2002; ©2002 by Gale Cengage. Gale is a division of Cengage Learning. Gale and Gale Cengage are trademarks

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    With the touch of darkness in his writing‚ he came up with tales “of death‚ wickedness and crime‚ survival after dissolution‚ [and] fatality” (Charles). Although it is not clear as to why Poe wrote such dark stories in his lifetime‚ one could assume the pain from the losses of his loved ones played a role. Writing in such darkness‚ could be his coping mechanism to dealing with all the loss and pain throughout his life. “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe is suspenseful and detailed. The narrator

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    In the “Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe‚ the narrator is extremely uncanny due to the reader’s inability to trust him. Right from the beggining the reader can tell that the narrator is crazy although the narrator does proclaim that he is sane‚ the reader obviously tell that the narrator is crazy. Since a person cannot trust a crazy person‚ the narrator himself is unreliable and therefore uncanny. Also as the story progress the narrator falls deeper and deeper into lunacy making him more and more

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    The role of the narrator The tell tale heart is a short story written by Edgar Allan Poe. As most Poe’s narrator the narrator is an unreliable first person narrator. It means that the narrator is unable to relate the real facts of the story even though he attempts to convince the reader that he possesses all his senses and therefore he can tell him the ’’ whole story’’. ’’how healthily-how calmly I can tell you the whole story’’. Later in the story just before the climax he says:’’ And now have

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    October 21‚ 2012 “The Tell-Tale Heart” Our versions of reality are disrupted in “The Tell-Tale Heart” as we might identify with it in many ways we do not acknowledge. Something flickers our inquisitiveness and compels us to follow the narrator through the disturbing labyrinth of his mind. The reader is also able to further question the narrator’s actions in a psychological aspect and possibly see the collapse of the

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    Matthew Rico English 1302 Anthony Buenning 30 November 2012 The Tell-Tale Heart Final Draft Has it ever crossed our mind to murder someone? Maybe it was a physical deficiency that drove us into hating them and their disfigurement‚ and it led to us to hurt them. Have we ever felt the rush of taking someone’s life‚ or the responsibility that follows such a dreadful deed? The narrator in “The Tell-Tale Heart” has felt all of this. As you go through the story‚ the reader can see how mentally

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