A Tell Tale Heart

A Tell Tale Heart

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  • "A Tell Tale Heart"-By Edgar Allen Poe Pd.6/Ms. Singh David Farmer 11/21/2017
  • That eye. It always disturbed the man, no matter how hard he tried. Not looking away not distracting himself could stop the wretched vulture eye from bothering him deep in his soul. The overall semblance of the mann irked him.
  • The man is still bothered by the old man's "vulture eye."
  • That wretched, wretched eye. Such an evil, evil man.
  • What's good with him? Me and my weird eye just keep it pushing.
  • The man watches the old man for the next week planning a way to kill him, and rid himself of the evil eye. This period was essential to his plan.
  • Yea sleep while I watch you old man. I may pat your head too.
  • The man kills the old man, and then hides his separated limbs under the floorboard.
  • Out the window with morals, I must be free from this eye!
  • The man gives himself up after heavily denying the deed. His own guilt kills him, but he takes the old mans death as a consolation prize.
  • Okay I did it! I killed the old man!
  • Um ok?
  • I thought you were clean! Easier on us anyway.
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