The Fall of The House of Usher Part 2
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Roderick began to act strange. He would often act hurried and sometimes just stared vacantly like he was listening to something.
The storm frightened the narrator into a sort of panic attack. He saw a light in the hall and heard a knock
You have not then seen it?-but, stay! you shall.
Roderick visits the narrator during the storm.
These appearances, which bewilder you, are merely electrical phenomena not uncommon
Usher shows him the vapor outside and Roderick attempts to reassure him
Mad Trist by Sir Launcelot Canning
The narrator reads Usher his "favorite" romance.
*Dull cracking and ripping noise*
The narrator stops reading when he hears a dull noise that was perfectly described by the novel in his hands
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