"The Fall of the House of Usher" by Edgar Allen Poe: Imagery and Parallelism
In his short story "The Fall of the House of Usher", Edgar Allen Poe
presents his reader with an intricately suspenseful plot filled with a
foreboding sense of destruction. Poe uses several literary devices, among the
most prevalent, however are his morbid imagery and eerie parallelism. Hidden in
the malady of the main character are several different themes, which are all
slightly connected yet inherently different.
Poe begins the story by placing the narrator in front of the decrepit,
decaying mansion of Roderick Usher. Usher summoned his childhood friend, the
narrator, to his home by…
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