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    The Tell Tale Heart Essay

    In Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart”, the narrator claims that he is not “mad” but his behavior tells a different story. He is truly determined to destroy another male human being, not because of jealousy or animosity but because “one of his eyes resembled that of a vulture- a pale blue eye, with a film over […] More

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    Tell Me About Blood

    In this paper I will answer some questions about blood and related issues. Some of the questions I will answer are: what is the significance of a lower than normal haematocrit? what is erythropoiesis?why would the level of leukocytes be higher in an individual who has been infected with a parasitic disease. In regions where […] More

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    ‘The Tell Tale Heart’ : Is He Truly Insane

    “The man denies that he is insane. He offers proof. Can you believe him?” (Poe, 22) This is one of the most intriguing lines in the short story ‘The Tell Tale Heart’ written by Edgar Allan Poe. This quote defines the whole purpose of the short story in fewer than two sentences. The whole story […] More

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    Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe

    The use of an unnamed first-person narrator in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” contributes to many purposes. Throughout this story, one may notice that the narrator is a little off, and seems to have a type of disorder. Right off the bat the narrator admits he is “dreadfully nervous” and has a disease. One […] More

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    What do visual hallucinations tell us about the nature of consciousness

    The term ‘hallucination’ is difficult to define. There is a fine line between a ‘hallucination’ and an ‘illusion’. A hallucination differs from an illusion in that illusions are a product of misinterpretations of external stimuli whereas hallucinations need no such requirement making them an entirely internal process. A true hallucination can also be distinguished from […] More