The Narrator's Insanity

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It is evident that the narrator is haunted by a supernatural force. The becoming of the narrator’s insanity is from alcohol. The cat, however, is the supernatural force that is present in the story. Although many people believe otherwise, there are more pieces of the story that prove the supernatural. The cat has always been a witch. The narrator stated, “in speaking of his intelligence, my wife, who at heart was not a little tinctured with superstition,… which regarded all black cats as witches in disguise.” Intelligent he was, giving karma to the narrator. The narrator, on the other hand, is pretty strange. He lives a good childhood with many pets. This brings him to love pets more that humans. He gets happily married to his wife and lives
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