The collapse of Arthur's Lodge is a terrible story about the end of the small family of Arthur, where unavoidable misfortune is reflected in home, ground diseases and evil halos. Poe uses the elements of the Gothic story to create a climate of terrorism. The collapsing house is the metaphor of the heart of Roderick Arthur and his family. Dull landscapes also reflect his personality. Poe also uses word games to attract readers, make predictions and provide information. Poe also has set the story intentionally ambiguous so that the reader is continually interrupted between reality and fantasy.
"Collapse of Arthur's Cottage" is a short story written by Edgar Allan Poe in 1839. The theme of the story is Arthur's hut and its mysterious resident Roderick and Madeleine Arthur. The narrator received a letter from Roderick who claims he is sick and urgently needs his help. In this story, fear and evil are very obvious themes. When arriving home the talker encountered emotions of fear and evil, "When I saw the building for the first time, an unbearable melancholy obsessed my spirit," he said.
"House collapse", EDGAR ALLAN POE (1839) has been considered as a masterpiece of EDGAR A LLAN POE for a long time, and the "collapse of Usher's house" continues to attract new generation readers. Since being published in Burton's "Gentleman Magazine", scholars, critics, and general readers have continued their efforts to solve various possible causes of the influence of this story on human psychology . These explanations range from the land abandoned from Freudian, the former Kafka and the nihilist (see K AFKAESQUE and NIHILISM) to the biography and culture. In fact, Poe is tired of ALLEGORY, but some critics consider the house a fable of the human mind (Strandberg 705). Whatever the conclusion of the reader leads, no one can easily forget the story. The slope's story skills instantly introduced the story to us. In the midst of autumn fall (In autumn the word pun is implicitly included?) Whatever we mean sooner or later, the house
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