What Mood Does Edgar Allan Poe's Use Of Suspense

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Edgar Allen Poe uses literary devices to express suspense and horror such as foreshadowing, mood, and tone. The author also uses key words and terms to show irony and mood. One example of irony is, “(for the shutters were close fastened through fear of robbers)” (Poe, 62). This is an example of situational irony because the old man thought the crime was going to be committed by someone outside of the home but was committed on the inside by the old man's roommate. This also explains how cautious the old man was and was not aware that the narrator was going to kill him. The author also uses mood to convey
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