Tell Tale Heart Symbolism

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Edgar Allan Poe was Born on January 19, 1809, in Boston, Massachusetts, writer, poet, critic, and editor Edgar Allan Poe 's tales of mystery and horror gave birth to the modern detective story and many of his works, including “The TellTale Heart” and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” became literary classics. "The Raven," which he published in 1845, is considered among the best-known poems in American literature. American writer, poet, and critic Edgar Allan Poe are famous for his tales and poems of horror and mystery, including "The Raven," "The Tell-Tale Heart" and "The black cat”. The work that Poe’s got the specialty in death, fear, and silence. Death the black cat, and the men wife, the old died due to his blue eye, and the black …show more content…
The telltale heart has these symbols to represent the fear of the death to young men that have an issue with a blue eye of old men his owner. The eye alway irritated the fear and evilness to him. According to the men, “There was no sound. Yes, He was dead! Dead as a stone. His eye would trouble me no more” The event or story connected to Edgar Allan Poe because as he attend many funerals in his childhood that inspired him to think about this type of story that full of suspense and relates to the reality because in Poe’s childhood his neighbor has the artificial eye by which he irritated so, much because it represent him too different personality of his neighbor. According to Poe’s childhood, “Poe believes in silence, darkness, and he always fears of death that thinking allows him to feel and touch these things that take him to the another world that full of darkness, silence, and colorless …show more content…
The black cat is about the unfaith on objects such as the black cat that represent the evilness, bad luck, and irritation to men. The men love the black cat in the beginning as the story flow dramatically it changes his emotional condition then, due to his bad habits because as the alcoholic and he violate his wife. By his over thinking about the objects around him that make him more sociopath. He always gets irritated by sounds, light, and the black cat. “The moodiness of my usual temper increased to hatred of all things and of all mankind; while from the sudden, frequent, and ungovernable outbursts of a fury to which I now blindly abandoned myself, my uncomplaining wife, alas, was the most usual and the most patient of sufferers”. That show the insanity and evilness of a mankind toward imagery object that doesn’t exist in real life. The situation happened to Edgar Allan Poe because in his adulthood he like one young actress and she has died in this same way as the men 's wife in this story buried in the wall. Second, Poe is also alcoholic the represent him as the men in this story and finally, unreliable and illogical that illustrated the mind status of Poe’s about thinking about things around him. All the above evidence that link life in his story that makes more interest to the reader

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