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    English 113.3 Short Stories "The Fall of the House of Usher" by Edgar Allen Poe Flashcards

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    Explain the term "gothic." Why is it such a popular term?

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    Gothic is a popular English genre from the 18th/19th centuries, characterized by an atmosphere of mystery and horror. It's popular for its spin that good doesn't always prevail which was unheard of at the time. Is associated with architecture, barbarianism, medieval castles, and that fear draws readers in.

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    Poe's narrators are often deranged murderers or crazy men... like Roderick Usher. Why do you think he chooses to have a nameless, rational narrator tell this tale, rather than the Usher himself?

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    This is because the reader can identify with him more and be scared with him. It makes the reader question his reliability since at the end he appears just as vulnerable to what was happening to the Usher.

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    Explain the term "gothic." Why is it such a popular term?

    Gothic is a popular English genre from the 18th/19th centuries, characterized by an atmosphere of mystery and horror. It's popular for its spin that good doesn't always prevail which was unheard of at the time. Is associated with architecture, barbarianism, medieval castles, and that fear draws readers in.

    Poe's narrators are often deranged murderers or crazy men... like Roderick Usher. Why do you think he chooses to have a nameless, rational narrator tell this tale, rather than the Usher himself?

    This is because the reader can identify with him more and be scared with him. It makes the reader question his reliability since at the end he appears just as vulnerable to what was happening to the Usher.

    Poe precedes his stories with prefatory quotations that relate to theme and plot. Explain how de Beranger's quotation applies to the story

    Usher is too vulnerable to sensations and applies in that the plot depicts Usher as would up by all that oppresses him but its his sister that resonates with him

    In his theory, Poe claims that a story must concentrate on a "single effect." What is the single effect in this story and how is it accomplished in the story's opening?

    "Single effect" is that the aim or purpose of the story should be truth. The single effect in this story is to instill a sense of terror. It is depicted in the story's opening describing the building. It's omnibus off the bat of a haunted house gothic estate.

    What feelings does the narrator have when he looks at the House of Usher? Can he explain what causes these feelings?

    The narrator uses negative feelings when he looks at the House of Usher. He feels scared and that there is an anti-sublime qualities to the house. The tarn, the mist, the fissure running down the house, no travellors he had seen on his journey shows how away from reality this house is. He cannot explain what causes these feelings of foreboding besides that nature has the power to imbue its energy on you.

    Why has the narrator come to visit this house? What is his relationship to its proprietor, Roderick Usher?

    He comes to visit its proprietor Roderick Usher because they were close childhood friends and because the Usher sent him a genuine letter asking him to. He is his only friend and because of his positive pleasant disposition he could help him yet it appears he is going through his own problems with all the negative vision he sees things through.

    What is unusual about the history of the Usher family?

    They only ever have one heir that passes down the family legacy in every generation

    What does the narrator notice about the air surrounding the house? Does he trust his observation? What does he notice about the wall's stones?

    The narrator notices that the air surrounding the house, "had no affinity with the air of heaven" (25). He noticed a mist vapour that he thinks is spirits around the house. The stones are so old and decayed he cant understand how they house is even standing together.

    What kind of illness does Roderick suffer from? What are his symptoms?

    Suffers from hysteria (women usually get this) of a form of mental illnss. Although he is described as hypochondriac and to have very sensitive senses it appears to manifest from his fear and paranoia of his house which he that his illness will come to kill him

    What kind of illness does his sister Madeline Usher have? What are her symptoms?

    She is gradually wasting away due to her cataleptic state where her body shuts down and it appears that she is dead.

    What are the qualities of Roderick's paintings? What example does the narrator describe? What do you think it means?

    The qualities of Roderick's painting is that it depicts a long rectangular tunnel/vault and that its excavation was far down without any light. I think this means that they only way to go is down into darkness in that the Usher has no hope. Also represents a tomb, far down in that if you go down you won't be coming out again symbolizes Poe's fear of being buried alive.

    In Roderick's song "The Haunted Palace" the narrator says he first perceived Roderick's awareness of "the tottering of his lofty reason upon her throne." What does the narrator mean? What story does the song tell?

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    The setting is dark, dreary, cold, and gothic.

    The mood is gloomy and filled with terror.

    The narrator is fearful and possibly unreliable.

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