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Fall of the House of Usher and Other Tales Paperback – Large Print, July 31, 2009
Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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This story has many emotions in it. I thought that it was bizare because Ushers Sister Madline came back to haun t him. The narrator and Usher thought that they buried Ushers sister alive. Madeline ghost had came up and killed Usher and then the narrator had ran out of the creepy house and the narrator turned around and the house was falling apart.
The Murders in the Rue Morgue, was a story of two ladies that lived in a house and kept to themselves. None of their neighbors knew who they were. They had their groceries and other things brought straight to the house. They never came out. One day all of the neighbors heard terrible screams coming from the house. They broke in to find out what had happened. When they were finally in, they ran up the stairs to find the house a complete mess. It appeared that someone was looking for something. The neighbors found the daughter shoved up the chimney. She was dead of coarse. The mother was found outside, and she was dead also. The whole neighborhood was trying to find who had done it.
I thought that this book might be more for an older generation that would love to read very poetic stories. I personally didn't care for the book that much, because of his style of writing poetry. It was very hard to understand some sentences and I had to read them twice. Some of Poe's stories are well based and have a good plot. If you are a well educated person, you may like this book.