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"The Fall of the House of Usher" by Allan Poe
The Fall of the House of Usher is acclaimed as one of Edgar Allan Poe's greatest works. Poe
uses Symbolism and analogies in both characters and setting to tell this gothic tale of death and
downfall. He often drew apoun memory for the setting of his stories. He combines atmosphere
and analogy to form the setting which provokes to the reader a sense of insufferable gloom. Too
much of the horror has been attributed to its setting. But the setting does have a double
impotance, discriptive and symbolic. Poe introduces planlife in its most rudimentary form,
underscoring the miasmic elem…
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