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Shomik Islam 11/17/17 EES81-10/Pd.3/Ms.Singh Project
In this new fantasy by Edgar Allan Poe, comes the unique and "The Tell-Tale Heart." The story is from the narrator's point of view. This is the story of a narrator, the old man, the detectives the neighbor.
The narrator lives with the old man. The narrator cares for the old man, and loves him. Through their good relationship, the narrator is disturbed and has a goading feeling, by the old man's eye.
Oh, how calmly I can tell you the whole story.
The narrator always goes to the old man, and takes a lantern to his chamber every day. The one day the narrator gets irritated and angry, and wants to destroy the old man's strange eye. Later, the narrator gets a pernicious feeling, and kills the old man.
With a feeling of anger, the deed was done, slowly. Then the old man was dead.
The narrator slowly and slowly hides the old man's body. Some detective come to the house. Then the narrator gets the feeling of semblance. Then the narrator gladly and calmly takes them around the house.
"..the wise precautions I took for the concealment of the body. The old man's body was dismembered."
The detectives think everything is fine. Then the detectives sit down in the living room. Then the narrator hears a strange heartbeat, the narrator feels bad for what he did to the old man. The heartbeat gets louder. Then the narrator gets a feeling of diatribe. Then the mood of the story changes. Then the narrator screams, and shows the detectives, the old man's body.
"Villains! Dissemble no more! I admit the deed! tear up the planks! here,here. It is the beating of his hideous heart!"
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