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  • “And every night, about midnight, Iturned the latch of his door and opened it.” Pg.90
  • Setting
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  • Point of View
  • "...I had been, and am!" page 625
  • Conflict    
  • "I admit the deed! Tear up the planks--here, here!..." (page 630)
  •   Definition: the time and place of the action.  “Tell-Tale Heart’s” setting: At night in the old man’s room, 1800’s,Example: “And every night, about midnight, I turned the latch of his door and opened it.” Pg.90
  • Theme
  • Definition: in fictional writing, the narrator's position in relation to a story being toldIn the Story: POVExample: "...I had been, and am!" page 625
  • Symbolism
  •  "louder! louder!! louder!--"
  • Definition: A struggle or an oppositionIn the story: The guy doesn't like the old man's eye so decides to murder himExample: "...Because death, in approaching him..." page 627
  • Suspense
  • Definition:  underlying topic of a discussion or a recurring idea in an artistic workIn the story: Trouble always follows with guiltExample: "I admit the deed! Tear up the planks--here, here!..." (page 630)
  • Definition: symbolic meaning from poets or authors describing or showing the meaning of a fact or object. In the story: When the man's heart kept "beating" furiously even though dead.Example: "louder! louder!! louder!--...'Here! it is the beating of his hideous heart!' (page 630)
  • Definition: An intense scene where the audience is wondering what will/is happening. Or feeling anxious of what might happen. In the story: When he is covering the dead man with the bed, suffocating him. Example: "...I dragged him to the floor, and pulled the heavy bed over him." (page 628)
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