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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 I felt a Funeral in my Brain The Tell-Tale Heart and Central Idea: the narrators madness is leading them to the idea of death Edgar Allan Poe Emily Dickinson death death The authors refine and develop this theme by using repetition to create suspense, death, and madness. repetition repetition similies similies "Kept treading, treading - till it seemed That Sense was breaking through-"(p.1,line 3). This creates suspense by showing the narrator is waiting for their death. " "So i opened it-you cannot imaginehow stealthily,stealthily-"(p.8, line 69).This creates suspense by slowing down the process of the death of the old man. "I dragged him to the floor, and pulled the heavy bed over him...The old man was dead."(p.11,line 92-95)The death in this story shows how mad the narrator is by showing what he wascapable of doing. "And i dropped down, down-And hit a World at every plunge,"(p.5, line 18-19). This shows how the narrator is mad because they can feel themselves dying. "And when they all were seated,A Service, like a Drum-"(p.2,line.5-6)The author uses this to make you understand exactly whatthe narrator is experiencing-in this case to hear the Drum- which isthe narrator's madness. "It increased my fury, asthe beating of a drum stimulates the soldier into courage"(p.10,line 79-80).He compares the beating of the heartto the beating of a drum only nowinstead of leading him to courage its leading him to the death of the old man. Using similies, repetition, and deathboth authors create the central idea of the narrator's madness driving them to the murder of someone they cared foror of themselves. Conclusion:
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