The Fall of the House of Usher
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The narrator of the story arrives horseback to the House of Usher. Roderick Usher wrote a letter tot he narrator to ask him to help him overcome his problems. The narrator realizes the House of Usher seems to resemble how Roderick Usher is feeling.
Roderick Usher reveals to the narrator that his twin sister Madeline is dying and she then passes. He decides to keep her body in a vault in one of the walls.
A little while after Madeline was buried, Usher began hearing strange noises in the house. One night, he went up to the narrator's bedroom during a thunderstorm to see fog and low hanging clouds. The narrator reads Usher a story to calm him down.
While the narrator is reading he begins to hear echos in the house, then he hears a scream. Usher tells the narrator he's been hearing sounds from his sister's coffin and worries they buried her alive. The door then flies open and Madeline is covered in blood.
Bloody Madeline jumps on Roderick and dies. Roderick dies as well. The narrator quickly escapes the Usher house.
The narrator watches as he sees the house sink into the water and fog. Soon, the entire house is gone.
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