Tell Tale Heart

Tell Tale Heart

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  • Exposition: The beginning
  • Conflict: The problem
  • Rising Action:The events leading up to the climax
  • The narrator talks about the old man and his vulture eyeball. How he is not mad from wanting to kill the old man.
  • Climax:Most intense part of the story.
  • The conflict for the character is the old man's eye. The eye vexes the narrator.
  • Falling Action:Events that slow down from the climax for the resoultion
  • The rising action is all of the seven nights the narrator stood in the old man's room. He was thinking about killing the old man and his eyeball.
  • Resolution:The ending of the story
  • The climax is when the narrator kills the old man with his bed and cut him up.
  • The falling action is after the narrator cuts up the old mans body and hides the parts in the floor boards. Then the police show up and he starts to hear the beating of the old man's heart.
  • (Boom Boom)
  • The resolution is when the narrator thinks that the police men can hear the old man's heartbeat. Then the guilt comes over him until he can't take it anymore, so he rips the floor boards up and reveals the old man's parts to the officers.
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