The Tell Tale Heart

The Tell Tale Heart
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  • By: Edgar Allan Pole
  • The Tell Tale Heart 
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  • Ms. Singh
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  • His eye... It's disturbing, very disturbing- 
  • Hmm...
  • Oh please, I'm glad to be listening. Hehe-
  • Oh ho, no need to be hearkening at this Old Man.
  • English Period 4
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  • Marcos Aguirre                       
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  • FINALLY, THAT BLASTED EYE IS NO MORE! I AM NOW FREE!
  • 11/21/17
  • Exposition: The setting of "The Tell Tale Heart" is at the old man's home. The characters of this short story are the Narrator (Left) and the Old Man (Right). The situation soon that soon happened is due to the Old Man's apparently unsettling eye. 
  • This is fine...
  • S-Sure-?
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  • Actually, if you don't mind... We're gonna stay here a tad bit longer....
  • Nothing was found out of the ordinary. So... our time here is done 
  • Rising Action: Here, the plot moves forward towards the narrator's plan. Showcasing the narrator being kind towards the old man. Until only a week later, the narrator fulfills his said plans. That of which was against the sagacity of his own mind. Further meaning, the narrator's time with being friendly towards the old man would soon abruptly end.  
  • I ADMIT THE CRIME! NOW STOP THIS DERISION NOW! ANYTHING IS BETTER THEN THAT FOUL SOUND!
  • GUILTY!
  • Unsurprising...
  • Climax: This is was the plan that the narrator put into full force. The result is the old man's death put upon him vehemently. The reason as to the old man's death? His eye that is so underwhelming to the narrator. The only way to make up for that problem?  Apparently, it all came down to the murder of the seemly innocent old man.
  • Falling Action: Once morning strung back once more. The police came over to investigate due to a neighbor's concern over what had occurred last night. However, due to the narrator's quick thinking along with some cleaning and burying. The policemen found nothing but supposition. However, due to the presence of the two, the narrator heard a sound that grew louder and louder to his ears.
  • O-Okay why is there suddenly a loud thumping noise?
  • Resolution: After the pulsing sound became too much to handle. The narrator admitted his crime about the murder of the old man. Thus, holding himself accountable for his misdeed.
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