"The Fall Of The House Of Usher" by Edgar Allen Poe
Fall of the House of Usher
Very haunted house - anthropomorphised house. It has three levels: attic, main floor, cellar. It has structure but it also makes you question whether it is one or two houses. It promotes a feeling of gloom, like a black wall. The scene is attempted to be reorganised into a double. Doubling happens in order to escape desolation.
Family: Metions of questions and problems to do with descent and generation. Hint of incest is raised. Troubled family line. There is a return to the description of the setting which evokes another doubling. The house is so rotten that m…
- "The Fall Of The House Of Usher" by Edgar Allen Poe
- Edgar Allen Poe
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