The Fall Of The House Of Usher

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  • The Fall Of The House Of Usher
  • Setting
  • Evidence
  • By: Koryn Bender and Ciarra Elmer
  • Character
  • The setting in this story is very dark and creepy. The outside of the home of the Usher's is very dark with no grass or any plant life. The inside of the house is a dark, messy, and scary as well. There is an uneasy feeling with narrator when he steps into the house.
  • Vivid Language
  • There is evidence in the inside and outside of the house that shows the story is haunted. Events such as Madeline waking from the dead and coming back to haunt the narrator and Roderick, and when Roderick hears everything that happens in the house. The house falling after both the Ushers have died shows how the actual house was haunted.
  • Super Natural
  • The three main characters in this story are Roderick, Madeline, and the narrator. The narrator is a friend of Roderick's who came to the house to help Roderick. Roderick Usher is a disturbed man who barriers his sister alive. Madeline is Roderick's twin sister who after being berried alive and breaks through the casket, and comes back to kill Roderick.
  • The story uses vivid language to describe the horror and scare the characters go through. The author uses specific words to describe sounds the narrator hears, such as " as if a shield of brass had indeed, at the moment, fallen heavily upon a floor of silver I became aware of a hollow, metallic, and clangorous, yet apparently muffled reverberation".
  • The super natural in this story occurs Madeline has been berried alive for many days and then breaks through her casket and the dungeon door. When Madeline comes to find Roderick she jumps towards him and they both die. this is another example of super natural
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