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Edgar Allen Poe - Incorporates Craziness Into His Stories
Edgar Allen Poe was a very unique writer. In most of his stories he has some element of strangeness. Three stories of Edgar Allen Poe, The Fall of the House of Usher, The Raven, and The Tell-Tale Heart, all show that the narrators were going crazy. Although each story does not have any similarity in plot, all three have the person telling the story losing their minds. Putting this similarity into theme form, each story has the theme of craziness somewhere in the story.
<Tab/>In The Fall of the House of Usher, the narrator seems to be delirious throughout the whole story. For…
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