Insanity In The Black Cat

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In conclusion, the symbolism, point of view, and character development contribute greatly to the effect of shocking insanity in Poe’s story, “The Black Cat.” The narrator appears at first to love both his wife and his pets, but by the end of the story his affection has turned to neglect, spite, and particularly for Pluto and his inheritor. Conceivably, suggesting that madness might happen at any time to any person, the narrator admit the role of alcohol in his behavior. Moreover, the arrival of the second cat is exactly relates to his alcoholism. Since, he first finds the cat in a disreputable drinking establishment. The second cat eventually deliver as the coordinator of justice when it reveals the corpse's hiding place at the end of the tale

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