Hi i'm the narrator and i'm not mad i'm just a little nervous.
Rising action 1
How did you sleep?
Rising action 2
Omg i think the neighbors can hear my heartbeat
The narrator tells us he is not mad, but just nervous and diseased. The narrator can still tell the story calmly. But, the narrator wanted to kill the old man because of his "evil eye" (vulture eye).
HA HA That's what you get for having a creepy eye
First, the narrator wants to prove his sanity. The narrator was super kind for a week and by this he's showing us internal conflict. Then, at 12 he would look at him to check on him. The narrator opened the lantern to see if the eye was open. Lastly, the narrator asked the old man how he slept that night.
oops i killed him
First, on the 8th night the narrator wakes the old man and continues in the room. Then, 1 hour standoff ( in the room ) and the old man is sitting up in the bed. Next, the narrator opens the lantern and sees that the eye is open. Lastly, the narrator hear a low dull, quick sound of anxiety and then the sound gets louder. Also, the narrator thinks the neighbors could hear the sounds.
On, the 8th night the narrator kills the old man. After, the 8th night the narrator seen the vulture eye and so the climax of the story would be the narrator sees the vulture eye and this foreshadows him killing the old man, Also, the narrator suffocated the old man with a mattress and ends up killing the old man. So, in this case the narrator is the antagonist.
First, the narrator dismembers the body in the bathtub. Also, he hides the body under the floor boards. Then, the police arrive because a neighbor heard a shriek. The police searched the house. Also, the narrator invites the police into sit. Lastly, the narrator starts to hear the old mans heartbeat and the narrator flips and then the sound gets louder.
Our narrator's suspense anxiousness about the old mans heartbeat, but its really his own heartbeat. Also, the narrator confesses the murder in a loud tone because it symbolizes his guilty conscience.