"With one quick movement I cut out one of its fear-filled eyes!"
"For The rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore- nameless here for evermore."
"The Tell-Tale Heart"
"I kept quite still and said nothing. For a whole hour I did not move a muscle."
Pacing: The narrator creates suspense in the end when the police are searching his house and he slowly taps on the wall. Dangerous Action: The narrator creates suspense when he hangs his cat, Pluto, in the cellar. Foreshadowing: The narrator first creates suspense in the beginning of the story when he says, "Tomorrow I die."
Pacing: Poe creates suspense when the narrator is slowly deciding wether or not to open the door. Dangerous Action: The narrator creates suspense when he chases the bird, trying to kill it when he was angry. Foreshadowing: Poe creates suspense using foreshadowing when the Raven first says, "Nevermore."
Pacing: The narrator creates suspense when he chuckles and stays still for an hour to make sure the old man went back to sleep. Dangerous Action: The narrator creates suspense using dangerous action when he flips the mattress. Foreshadowing: The narrator creates suspense using foreshadowing when he tries to convince us he is not mad.