The Fall of the House of Usher
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The narrator arrives at the House of Usher after receiving a letter from his friend, Roderick Usher.
The narrator notices the gothic appearance of the House of Usher. And soon realizes how his friend Roderick Usher is mentally ill and his sister Lady Madeline is really sick that she is about to die.
Lady Madeline dies because of her illness. Roderick Usher and the narrator put her body in the coffin and carried the coffin to the vault. After Lady Madeline's death, Roderick's illness got worse.
As the terrible storm arrives at the House of Usher, the narrator reads the book to comfort Roderick Usher. Suddenly Roderick says that Lady Madeline is standing at the door. And really Lady Madeline was standing there with clothes covered with blood.
Lady Madeline gets mad at her brother for burying her alive and attacks him but she dies. Roderick also dies because of the fear and shock.
The narrator flees the House of Usher, and as the narrator flees, the house splits in to two and falls. The House of Usher was totally gone.
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