Exposition: The narrator (or Mad-Man) worked with an old man that treated him very bad so he was slowly loosing his patience towards him
Conflict: The old man had a dull blue eye that the Mad-Man called "vulture eye". Everytime he saw the eye his blood boiled and filed with hate.
Rising Action: The Mad-Man visited the old man everynight and watched him sleep making sure he could not see the vulture eye.
(he did sleep with a full siut on)
Climax. The Md-Man finally kills the old man on the 8th night because after the old man woke uo he saw the vulture eye wide open
*there was no blood though*
Falling Action: The police come to see if something had happened but the narrator manages to act normal and behaves calmly.
Resolution: After a while the Mad-Man starts to loose his patience and temper. He starts to become more and more paranoid from hearing a very loud sound in his ear (heartbeats) so his only way to stop such agony is to confess; so he does.