Essay on The Fall Of The House Of Usher By Edgar Allan Poe

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“The Fall of the House of Usher.” The romantic character was an artist, named Edgar Allan Poe. The story is kind of about the death and the supernatural. In the 1st page of the story it says that when Edgar Allan was riding on his “horseback passing through scary weird city he heard shades of the evening within the view of The House of Usher.” (1) “Starting off the story is the inverted reflection of the House of Usher in the tarn that lies before the house.” When he saw the House of Usher I guess he started to see images, of the “desolate or terrible.” The narrator says that an “iciness, a sickening, a sickening, a sickening, of the heart” merely to the “combination of the very natural objects which have the power of thus affecting us” (Usher, and Poe).
The Fall of the House of Usher is an example of gothic because it involves the supernatural and death. It also talks about mysterious deaths, the ghostly, ultimately, and the intensiveness. Outside of the mansion is the first part of a very spooky setting. In the story of the Fall of the House of Usher it states that “The house itself is carefully crafted to heighten the mood and atmosphere of the story, like the creepy tapestries and furnishings inside. “The characters are the Narrator, Roderick Usher, & Madeline.
“His sister’s illness is only one reason for Roderick’s agitation, one reason for his desire to have the “solace” of the narrator’s companionship; it is not the only — or most significant — reason. “She is his…

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