Tell Tale Heart Rhetoric

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The animation video gave the best representation of the story " The Tell Tale Heart " . One of the things that they did that was alike the story is that they use the same beginning introduction dialog . Also , he used the mattress to kill the old man . Another thing he did the same was that he welcomed the officers in , and he acted calmly around them . They also had limited light sources , and . So they used lamps , and candles instead of electricity . The narrator also heard heartbeats , which drove him crazy like in the story . However ; Poe is the narrator in the story , which is different in the story . Also , the officers laughed at him in the story , unlike they did in the story .

However , the live action went wrong in its retelling

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