Mental Disorders In The Tell-Tale Heart By Edgar Allan Poe

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In Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” the narrator is a dreadfully nervous guy who has mental disorder and is obsessed with an old man’s pale blue eye. Whenever the man’s eye fell upon him, his blood ran frigid and always stayed nervous. This anxiety made him more agitated, moreover, he planned to kill the old man. Throughout the whole story his feeling and traits don’t change, however, he seems to have full of confidence on perfect murder. When the narrator stalked the old man every night, it showed that he is so cautious and full of pride. He begins to sneak into the old man’s room every midnight and stares at the guy’s closed evil eye. His procession was all about the carefulness. Since he was so confident, he attempts to go into

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