Edgar Allan Poe's The Fall Of The House Of Usher

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The imagination loses drive as it ceases to cling to what is real. In Edgar Allan Poe's story "The Fall of the House of Usher" we look into the story of the narrator who was recently invited by his longtime childhood friend who his slowly losing his mind, over his constant paranoia. When we look into the other novel "House Taken Over" by Julio Cortazar we see two siblings who live in their childhood home. Beyond this house brings a fear to the siblings, but showing rarely any emotion to the outside world, bringing them close to insanity by letting paranoia overcrowd them. One of the most common situations in which imagination can overcome reason is under extreme pressures of fear or paranoia. Many contributing factors attribute to "House Taken

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