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Fear to Become Before I read The Fall of the House of Usher I had a dreary experience of my at my great grand-mothers house Just as there are several causes and effects of horror in The Fall of the House of Usher I have experienced a frightening event which was due to a variety of causes and which had specific unpleasant effects The story and my venture to my great grandmothers are similar The story puts many aspects in your mind of scary and eerie surroundings Still both the story and my incident cause me to really think about there link to each other First of all Poe gives a creepy description of this house that leads me to think of a haunted house not one in which people would dwell in The depression he draws on the house causes me to obtain a utter feeling of despair for the residence who live there Thus creating a feeling unlike any other I have ever felt before in all of my reading The sense of despair he establishes leads me in the direction of feeling sorrow for the inhabitants of this dreary house After all to most people reading this story it is only a house but given the details it seems like something unusual is exists in the house of usher The residents of the house are Roderick Usher and his sister lady Madeline these two people have mental problems As Usher had been boyhood friends with him he knew Usher had mental problems Usher lived in the house ever since he was born as a result the house made him into someone who felt trapped Lady Madeline had been sick ever since she was born this put a burden on Usher for she was all that he had of family Consequently lady Madeline past away from her illness from childhood As I described the house of Usher to you
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