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Vampirism In The Fall Of The House Of Usher

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One of the most primitive human emotions is fear. In “The Fall of the House of Usher,” Poe left many things unanswered. One of the main things he left out was that The Ushers aren't your ordinary family. They were vampires! Both Roderick and Madeline were suffering the effects of vampirism. “From that chamber and from that mansion, I fled aghast”. The narrator experiences all of the frightening phenomenon of the Usher House as he ‘fled aghast” or ran away while showing signs of terror. All of these phenomenon can only be explained by one thing and that is vampirism. Roderick's senses are heightened as a vampire. For example “His eyes were tortured even by a faint light”. As a matter of fact it is a well known fact the vampires are agonized
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