The Tell-Tale Heart Essay | Essay

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The Tell Tale Heart

Summary: Examines the short story, "The Tell Tale Heart" bye Edgar Allan Poe. Describes the narrator's conflicts and emotions in the story. Examines the three different perspectives of the murder, before, during and after.
In the short story, "The Tell Tale Heart" bye Edgar Allan Poe, the narrator experiences many and great conflicts with the old man's eye. He is a madman and creates conflicts for himself. The conflicts impact the narrator psychologically and emotionally all throughout the different phases of the murder. These conflicts change the narrator in almost every way and how he does things. There are three different points of the murder, before, during, and after. And at each one, a conflict occurs involving the narrator.

The first conflict to the narrator happens in the beginning of the murder when the narrator is staring and getting mad at the old mans eye. For seven straight nights, when he is peaking through staring at him shining the light at his eye. It is making the narrator go insane! His emotions are making him crazy. All of this is making him...

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