The fall of the house of usher
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The narrator arrived at the House of Usher after receiving a letter from Roderick Usher asking to come for a while and help him overcome his illness. The narrator describes the house as scary and gloomy.
The narrator was greeted by the servant after entering the house. He describes the interior of the house to be just as scary and gloomy as it's exterior. He feels uneasy in the house.
The servant led the narrator to the Ushers. After meeting them, Roderick and his sister, Lady Madaline, told the narrator about their bad illness.
Roderick explains to the narrator that his sister Madeline appears to be dead, but he does not want anyone to know about her death. Roderick decides to keep her underneath the mansion. The narrator and Roderick place Madeline into the coffin underground.
Roderick and the narrator decide to read the book. , As they read a book late at night. They began to hear strange sounds coming from the house, mixing with the sounds of the story. He later on discovers that his sister is still alive and was the one making the sounds. Madaline rushes forward and falls upon her brother, Roderick, who falls to the ground, and dies.
The narrator feels scared and leaves the house. The house later on crumbles and falls to the ground.
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