Question: English & Literature

a tale-tell haert is the narratorA. dreadfully nearvous but not madB. madC. not too talkative

In English & Literature | Asked by pricelori

Poe is purposefully vague on this point. However, he does leave a few clues to point out that the narrator is most likely insane (mad). At the very beginning of the text he mentions a disease that was causing the narrator to 'hear things'. 

MHood2 | 1387 days ago