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James Russell Lowell first published “The Tell-Tale Heart” in 1843 in the Boston Magazine. It was then published 7 additional times during Poe’ lifetime. It is told my an unnamed narrator who tries to convince the reader that he is not insane, but in the end decided to kill an old man due to the fact that he had a “vulture-eye”. “The Black Cat” is another short story by Edgar Allan Poe, which was first published on August 19, 1843 in The Saturday Evening Post. In the story, a narrator carefully conceals his murder but in the end he reveals his crime, as his conscience acting up.