Complete a literary analysis for the element "point of view", 5 pages APA style.
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The Point of View of a Madman/Sane Person in Edgar Allan Poe’s Story The Tell-Tale Heart
The narrative point of view in The Tell-Tale Heart is of a deeply disturbed individual struggling with his urges, obsessing over an “evil eye”, his words for the pale blue eye of an old man. In the story, the unnamed narrator begins by validating his actions and trying to convince an unknown audience of his sanity, though he only succeeds in implicating himself of the opposite the more he speaks....
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