What point of views does Edgar use to show to the reader his madness?
In "The Tell-Tale Heart ," Poe narrates the story through the first person point of view, a narrator who comes across as being completely unreliable and even mad. The narrator's roommate, an old man, has a filmy eye. It disturbs the narrator to the extent that he begins planning murder. The filmy eye is the reason the narrator gives for why the old man must...
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