Essay of The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe
The Tell-Tale Heart is a story that is about a man that kill a person because of his fear of eye color, he always see him in the night, when he were going to kill him he wake up and start cry but the narrator he stop and he wait for the perfect moment to kill him, when he kill him he butchered him but when the police came to the house, he blamed himself. At beginning of the story, he said that he is not crazy. The grandfather and his little grandson is about a grandfather Once upon a time there was a very old man who lived with his son and daughter-in-law. The man was so old that his hearing and sight had diminished. His hands trembled when he tried to eat. The old man would sit in the corner with tears in his eyes trying to eat his food, with trembling hands. One day he dropped his bowl and it broke on the floor. The wife scolded him and they gave him a wooden dish to eat out of instead. One night, they were sitting together and the four-year-old grandson began to gather together some bits of wood. His parents asked him what he was doing. The little boy told his parents that he was making a trough for them to eat out when his parents be old. The man and his wife were crying.
The Tell-Tale Heart and the grandfather and his little grandson one of the similarities are that they are treated badly, Both have mental problems. In the story of the Tell-Tale Heart, the protagonist has a paranoia and a mental deterioration, the murderer’s obsession with specific and unadorned entities: the old man’s eye and the heartbeat. In the story The grandfather and his little grandson he have a mental problems, his hands trembled when he tried to eat and that is a mental problem. The Tell-Tale Heart and The grandfather and his little grandson differences are that the protagonist is treated very badly and in the Tell Tale Heart they treated him normally. Another difference is that in The Tell Tale Heart the protagonist murder someone and in the grandfather and his little grandson he doesn’t kill anyone. The protagonist of The Tell Tale Heart have a fear with eye color but in The grandfather and his little grandson, he doesn’t has any fear. Another is the place where it develops the story is different. In conclusion, we can say that The Tell-Tale Heart and The grandfather and his little grandson have differences and similarities like one similarities that both have mental disability and one difference is that in The Tell Tale Heart he murder someone and in The grandfather and his little grandson he don’t kill anyone.
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