Similarities Between The Devil And Tom Walker And The Fall Of The House Of Usher

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Thomas Hard once said “Fear is the mother of foresight.” This reveals that one's fears can tell how the future turns out. In both the texts “ The Devil and Tom Walker” and “The Fall of the House of Usher'' The characters' setting gives off a scary feeling. In the texts “ The Devil and Tom Walker” and ``The Fall of the House of Usher” the authors both use mood and symbolism to tell the stories and give it an eerie feeling and to tell the story.In both texts the characters end up feeling fear. In both the texts “ The Devil and Tom Walker “ and “ The Fall of the House of Ushers” the authors use the mood to give a feeling to what will happen at the end of the story. In the text “The Devil and Tom Walker” the house that Tom and his wife lives in looks like a miserable place to visit.” no smoke ever curled from its …show more content…

The text states that “ ghastly pallor of the skin” creeped out the narrator because he was looking like he was dying. This reveals that the setting is actually what the family looks like. Rodric was afraid that he would be the only Usher left.The narrator watches voice of a thousand waters-and the deep dank tarn at (his) feet closed sullenly and silently over the fragments of the “House of Ushers“ He sees what remained of the usher family and the estate. This reveals that the estate is almost life-like. The author uses personification instead of satire to make the house and setting seem like it is like the Usher family, The text also states that the narrator was looking at the house and was feeling fear,while comparing the house to a human body “ vacant eyelike windows.” This manifests a feeling of the house being a scary sight. It looks abandoned. The author personification to make the house seem to be alive,and mimics the looks of Rodric Usher and his family. This also creates an eerie

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