Examples Of Foreshadowing In The Fall House Of The Usher

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In The Fall House of the Usher the title of the story in itself is foreshadowing. The narrator who remains unknown makes the title more curious but using the word ‘fall’ and makes the reader ask a bunch of questions leaving them wanting to read even more. ““Not hear it?—yes, I hear it, and have heard it. Long—long—long—many minutes, many hours, many days, have I heard it—yet I dared not—oh, pity me,” (Poe 14) In the end of the story the narrator uses the line to start the end of the story. Right before the “fall” of the story happens causing suspense and questions in the story trying to figure out what is going to happen. Foreshadowing in the story shapes the story from the very beginning, the title. The whole story the readers are wondering
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