Body parts are obviously part of the gory, gothic nature of Poe’s world, but eyes are especially noticeable as the medallion of many of the haunting figures in the stories. Ligeia is at first known… (read full symbol analysis)
Detailed Summary & Analysis
All Characters Narrator (M.S. Found in a Bottle) Ligeia Narrator (Ligeia) Lady Rowena of Tremaine Narrator (The Fall of the House of Usher) Roderick Usher Madeleine Usher William Wilson Narrator (The Murders in the Rue Morgue; The Purloined Letter) Auguste Dupin The Prefect of the Police Narrator (The Tell-Tale Heart) The Old Man Narrator (The Pit and the Pendulum) Narrator (The Black Cat) Narrator’s wife (The Black Cat) The Black Cat The Minister D____ Prince Prospero The Masque of the Red Death Narrator (The Cask of Amontillado) Fortunato
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- All Characters
- Narrator (M.S. Found in a Bottle)
- Narrator (Ligeia)
- Lady Rowena of Tremaine
- Narrator (The Fall of the House of Usher)
- Roderick Usher
- Madeleine Usher
- William Wilson
- Narrator (The Murders in the Rue Morgue; The Purloined Letter)
- Auguste Dupin
- The Prefect of the Police
- Narrator (The Tell-Tale Heart)
- The Old Man
- Narrator (The Pit and the Pendulum)
- Narrator (The Black Cat)
- Narrator’s wife (The Black Cat)
- The Black Cat
- The Minister D____
- Prince Prospero
- The Masque of the Red Death
- Narrator (The Cask of Amontillado)
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