The narrator is visiting his friends house thats gloomy and dark
This is a comparison of Roderick and the house, the house is vacant but livelike features and looks decaying and looks instable, with a huge crack...
Roderick is a slave to fear and depression, he can't escape it
Picture 1- The narrator is riding up to the house on his horse, the house looks gloomy and it's very dark, and it has vacant eyelike windows and weeds all in the ground, kind of like a haunted house. Picture 2- ...While Roderick is a man with a cadaverous complexion with big eyes, thin lips, big nose and nostrils, and unheeded hair
Picture 1- Roderick is slaved by fear and depression Picture 2- Madeline is partially cataleptical and she was buried by the Usher, but as a "mistake" because he didn't know she was paralyzed, temporarily, and not permanent.
Picture 1- The narrator gives a book to Roderick to read called "The Mad Trist" by Sir Launcelot Canning Picture 2- Madeline killed Roderick and then she dies to. Blood on her clothes she had to strangle him and let him die on the floor.
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