It is about a murderer who tries to persuade his readers of his mental stability while telling the tale of the brutish act. He denies that he suffers from some mental illness and openly boasts of his cleverness and cunning behavior. He kills an old man though he loves him. He holds no grudges against him and murders him without any motive. He attends to every minute detail in the process of murder; carefully kills him, disjoints every part of his body, and then buries the body parts underground in the room.
Human beings have all experienced guilt, the consequence of committing a wrong, and the manipulation it has on decisions. The characterization of the narrator most clearly shows this theme. I really enjoy the effort put in. It gave the narrator chills in his blood. The narrator began his plot to commit the murder.
The narrator tells of an old man, whom the narrator loves, but he plans to kill the old man, for the old man has what the narrator. As a consequence of the narrators consistent endeavour to justify his sanity, an anxious and suspenseful mood is constituted, furthermore accumulating. The thematic subjects are guilt,innocence and the fear of mortality. The narrator finally confesses. Edgar Allen Poe uses the man in our story Tell-Tale Heart, the first-person narrator to relate to human reactions to guilt and temptations while suffering from a mental disability.
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