Tell tale heart- Ryan Ebert

Tell tale heart- Ryan Ebert
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  • Again and Again
  • Character Contradiction
  • Imagery
  • The narrator of the story every night comes in and checks on the old man's eye.  He does this for seven days until finally on the eighth day it is open. 
  • Hyperbole
  • In the days before killing the old man, the narrator acts very nice to him.  This is a character contradiction because you wouldn't expect the person that is going to kill somebody to act nice to them.
  • Tough Question
  • Poe, the author, uses imagery throughout the story but one example is, how the eye looks like a vulture with lots of detail.
  • Climax
  • The narrator says that he can hear the old man's heart beating but this is impossible.  This is a hyperbole because he is exaggerating how loud the heartbeat is.  
  • This is a tough question because when the narrator is telling the story he stops and asks himself what the motiv is for killing the old man.  
  • The climax of the story is when the narrator kills the old man in his bed.  This is the climax because it is the turning point in the story.
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