How Does Poe Create Suspense In The Black Cat

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Alcoholism can completely eradicate the human sense of right or wrong. ‘The Black Cat’ is a story of loss and murder that is focused on the nameless narrator and the terrible thing he does when intoxicated. The story is written by Edgar Allen Poe. How would it be to live the life of a man who let anger come over him and later on kills his cat Pluto, and his wife. This story is about the narrator’s flashbacks on the events that put him into jail and on his way to death.
Poe develops suspense in his narrative “the Black Cat”, through his character’s personalities, such as; anger, hostility, and hate. The events in the story that carried suspense would be death, murder, and immorality. Personalities; hate, hostility, anger, these feelings are extremely important in Poe’s story “the black cat”. Furthermore, the narrator is depicted as murderous short-fused and immoral in the sense that he kills Pluto only because Pluto loved him. Also, the narrator kills his wife when she tries to save the second cat that the narrator was trying to end. Poe develops
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The story is written by Edgar Allen Poe. How would it be to live the life of a man who let anger come over him and later on kills his cat Pluto, and his wife. This story is about the narrator’s flashbacks on the events that put him into jail and on his way to death. Anger destroys lives, hostile barbaric natures put ends to great things, hatred can swell inside and burst out to bring destructive actions. Just like Charles Stanley’s says, “Disappointment is inevitable. But to become discouraged, there's a choice I make. God would never discourage me. He would always point me to himself to trust him. Therefore, my discouragement is from Satan. As you go through the emotions that we have, hostility is not from God, bitterness, unforgivable all of these are attacks from
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