Tell Tale Heart
In the short story called The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. He does not apply his theory to his practices.
In this book the author could have put it into more detail like when the narrator pulled the heavy bed over the old man. Also when the narrator dismembered the corpse. The author emphasis the eye of the old man as being an evil eye. "The eye of a vulture-a pale blue eye, with a film over it." Edgar Allan Poe used the eye of the old man as a important symbol to make the meaning clear, the narrator wants to kill him because of his eye. He also put emphasis on the latch of the old…
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