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Essay heading: symbolism of the tell-tale heart
 
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At this time, the narrator feels no remorse about what he is going to do. He truly encompasses all evil and has no heart. The beating of the old man's heart increases faster and faster. This foreshadows what later occurs when the narrator thinks he is hearing the dead man's heart beat, when that is not what he is hearing at all...
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This is now the moment he has been waiting for and he goes about performing the deed. The vulture dismembers the body, limb by limb, while the man baring real evil remains alive. The narrator achieves the ultimate victory and thinks "his eye would trouble me no more" (1208). It is four o'clock in the morning and there comes a knock at the door...
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