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Row 1, Col 1 What is it about the old man Scares and angers the Narrator of The Tell Tale Heart? The clouded blue eye
1,2 What does the old man in The Tell Tale Heart do when he hears A noise on the 8 th night? He sits up and asks who is there.
1,3 The narrator of the Tell Tale Heart chuckles at the old Mans fear. What does this Response tell you about the Narrator?. He is cruel
1,4 Where does the narrator of The Tell Tale Heart hide The old mans body? Under the floorboards
2,1 Why does a neighbor call The police to the house? He heard a shriek
2,2 What does the narrator want People to think about him? He wants people to think he is intelligent and patient
2,3 What doe the narrator start To think he hears as the story Progresses? A heart beating
2,4 On the 8 th night, the narrator Grows furious. How do the Old mans feelings contrast With the narrators? The old man is fearful
3,1 As the story progresses, how Does the narrators mood Change? He becomes increasingly excited
3,2 Why does the narrator Finally confess to the Murder? He thinks the officers hear the heartbeat and are Mocking him.
3,3 What does resolved mean? decided
3,4 What does stealthily mean? QUIETLY AND SECRETLY
4,1 What does cunningly mean? Act skillfully
4,2 What does the suffix –ity mean? A quality of or state of being
4,3 What does vex mean? annoy
4,4 What does derision mean? Showing someone or something with no respect
5,1 How did the narrator kill the Old man? Placed the heavy bed on the old man
5,2 What is the climax of the story? The murder
5,3 What character traits does The narrator have? Cunning, bold, cautious, angry, patient, smart etc.
5,4 What does audacity mean? Bold, nerve
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Test Review. “You fancy me mad. Madmen know nothing…” – shows the narrator is insane Narrator is scared of the old man’s eye Old man hears a noise.
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The Tell-Tale Heart ---- Edgar Allan Pore. plot An old man has a clouded, pale and vulture- like eye which so distressed the narrator that the author.
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