It was his eye... yes that! and slowly,very slowly, I made up my mind to take the life of the old man...
"who's there?" he shouted with the eye open..
on the eighth night he heard me..
I was never kinder to the old man than during the week before i killed him.... every night at midnight i opened his door.. this i did for seven nights. the eye was always closed...
I dragged him onto the floor and pulled the bed on top of him.. then i smiled. the deed was done..
THE RISING ACTION OF THE STORY, "THE TELL TALE HEART" by Edgar Allen, is when he talked about killing the old man. I made the scene the way i did because i pictured it that the old man was just sitting in his room reading the paper or something when the boy secretly tells himself he does not like the eye. or talked about killing him. " it was his eye" " i made up my mind to take the life of the old man".
The climax of the story "THE TELL-TALE HEART" by Edgar Allen is when he snuck into the old mans room every night for eight days. i made the scene in this specific way because i pictured the man sleeping when he heard noises in his room so he a woke and said " whos there?" thats when the character says on the eight night he heard me...
The falling action of the story " THE TELL-TALE HEART" by Edgar Allen is the fact that the character killed the old man. I portrayed the scene the way it is because I imagine the old man lying on the ground dead after the character drags the mattress on top of him. I imagine the character shouting at him. " I dragged the man onto the floor and pulled the bed on top of him".