the theme is the subject of a talk or a piece of writing at night in the old mans room 1800sThe Tell-Tale Heart” are guilt and madness. The narrator is seemingly unable to cope with his guilt and eventually confesses everything to the police, ruining his “perfect crime.”
a particular attitude or way of considering a matter the point of view in the story is first person the tell tale heart is written in first person
making noise in room
a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one. which he thinks he can hear, and, on the other hand, to be punished for his crime.heart to get away with killing the old man whose vulture-l"he wants to get away from the old mans eyes and he wants to be punished for the crime".
hearing the heart of the old man
here i killed the old man !!!
the time and place of the action. elements include the geographic location and time of day.at night in the old mans room. 1800s. and every night, about midnight i hand on the latch, and open the door.
a state or feeling of excitement for what may happenis when the killer goes into the old mans room and makes noise and the old man doesn't know what happened"in the tell tale heart the killer goes in the old mans room and makes something fall and old man doesn't know what is going on."
symbolism is the use of symbols to represent ideas or quality'sguy hearing the old mans heart with the cops there."in the tell tale heart it symbolizes the narrators guilt. he hears the heart twice before killing the man and when the cops were there."