The setting is a dark room in the 1800s with a young man staring at the older man as he sleeps. "And every night, about midnight, I turned the latch of his door and opened it- oh so gently"
I should have never committed this crime the guilt it's too much!
The Point of View is first person because the narrator says "...observe how healthily-how calmly I can tell you the story"
My eye is a natural issue because of my dear old age.
The conflict is when the narrator murders the elder man because he disapproved the film over his eye"He had the eye of a vulture- a pale blue eye, with a film over it"
Something is wrong..?
The theme is after committing something awful the guilt will catch up to you and make you feel dreadful"...I admit the deed!- tear up the planks-here,here! it is the beating of his hideous heart"
The symbolism in the story is the old man's eye"...for not the old man who vexed me, but for his Evil Eye"
The suspense is when the narrator's finger slipped making enough noise to wake the elder man awake for hours on end." I had my head in, about to open the lantern, when my thumb slipped upon the tin fastening"
My goodness my hand slipped the old man is up now!