The Tell Tale Heart

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  • The Tell-Tale Heart By: Edgar Allen Poe
  • Exposition
  • That old man's vulture eye will drive me mad. I must do something about it.
  • Rising action
  • *chuckles* 
  • By: Justin Dayaram Teacher: Mr. Adomaitis Period: 4 Date: November 19, 2017
  • Climax
  • Edgar Allen Poe wanted to kill the old man for his vulture looking eye. This was his trifle. And this was the start of the parable.
  • Falling action
  • The author or narrator goes in the old man's room every night to plot to kill the old man. Poe goes to the old man's room to look at the old man's one vulture eye with the lantern and hearken.
  • Resolution
  • Villians! Dissemble no more! I admit the deed! Tear up the planks! Here! Here! It is the beating of his hideous heart.
  • This night was different. The Narrator got caught this time and had killed the old man. The madman has done the deed and hid the body in the floorboards.
  • I have finally done it. I am now at piece.
  • The police had shown up to respond to the scream of the old man's death.
  • What do you think is the issue?
  • I don't know. Probably some nutjob case as usual.
  • The narrator had vexed and told the police all about the murder. The narrator was arrested and the old man can now rest in piece that his murderer was caught.
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