"The Tell-Tale Heart" By Edgar Allan Poe Salmaan Rahman Ms.Singh ESS81-04 Period 5 11/20/17
The narrator is presented. He desires his prudence to the readers although murdering an old man over his deformed eye.
Over the following eight days the narrator is plotting over the old mans evil eye in sagacity to exterminate it for good. Every night he enters the old mans room until he has a clear view of his eye in complete derision.
Finally, an evening comes where the old man arises from bed screaming. Suddenly, the narrator vehemently throws the old man off of bed and suffocates him with the mattress.
Directed by a neighbor, police arrive at the scene, reporting that a screaming was heard within the area. They wanted to investigate the house to see if anything is wrong. The narrator welcomes them to come and take a seat.
ANYBODY HOME ?
The narrator refutes to himself of the hearing of the old man's heart beat. His thoughts vehemently over flowed of the old man's heart beat. In the position of guilt he breaks down and confesses to the officers as they hearken.