My sister in no longer with us. Would you help me put her in a casket and bring her down to the vault?
I didn't know you two were twins.
So...that's my sister.
Have you seen the storm outside?
After inspecting the mold and reading some books, Usher mentions that his sister is no longer alive and that her body is ready to be moved to the vault. The narrator is freaked out, but still decides to help.
I think you should get away from the window, it's not good for you right now.
While carrying down the casket, Usher and the narrator were greeted by a creepy door. When it was opened, they saw that the walls were covered in copper from when prisoners were locked inside. After placing the casket down, Usher and the narrator decided to open it. The narrator found out the Usher and his sister were twins.
Here, read this book instead.
By the time the narrator was trying to go to bed, there was a storm outside. His bed started to shake, the walls started to shake, and the room was pitch black. He knew he would not be able to fall asleep, so he got up to walk around instead. He was all alone in the dark until Usher walked in with light.
Usher made his way over to the window where he watched the storm and the similar vapor from earlier on surrounded the house. The clouds were heavy and the wind was blowing hard. The narrator thought it was unsafe for Usher to be near the window with his condition, so he pulled him away.
The narrator told Usher that they would get through this together and to just read and wait out the storm. This was until Usher started to rock back and forth in his chair. Even then, he continued to read the book.
Usher was reading about a man who was brave enough to defeat a dragon. He would not give up until he had won.