The Tell Tale Heart

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Althought the narrator tried to persuade the reader that he was normal, several pieces of evidence of confusing illusion and reality adequately indicates his madness and absurdity. By examining his behaviour and mind, I will expound his madness thoroughly. Firstly, at the end of this story, the narrator’s illusions are the most powerful pieces of evidence for his madness...
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It is his two illusions that betrays him and imposed him to confess the crime. His first illusion is the beating of the old man’s heart which actually did not exist. Initialy, exactly as he portrayed “My head ached, and I fancied a ringing in my ears…it continued and became more distinct”, the ringing he heard haunted him ceaselessly...
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