'Guilt In Edgar Allen Poe's Vulture'

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This is a story is about a deranged man who killed a man because he had an eye of a “vulture”. The narrator is the main character in this story. It was written by Edgar Allen Poe in the dark times in his life along with many of his other stories. The old man had an eye, according to the narrator, thought the old man’s eye looked like a vulture’s eye and the narrator wanted to murder him because of it. The narrator’s warped thinking process it drove him to do insane things. Another one of his traits is guilt. One reason I think one reason he felt guilty was because he planned the murder of the old man and that drove him to turn himself in. Also it explains on ( page 138), “ yet the sound increased what could I do? It was a low, dull,
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