Tell-Tale Heart Edgar Allan Poe
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Exposition: The narrator tells how much he loves the man but hates his eyes that look like vulture eyes.
Conflict: The man does not like the old man's eye so decides to kill him
Rising Action: When the man comes into the old man's room every night for eight days and stares at him sleeping.
Climax: When the man kills the old man with the mattress.
Falling Action: When the police men come to the house and the man starts to think he hears the old man's heart still beating and it really just his own.
Resolution: He finally confesses to murdering the man
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