The tell-tale heart

Summary of "the tell - tale heart" by Edgar Allen Poe

Definitive, the Poe writes, that he’s not mad, but after reading his story, nobody would say he’s normal.
An old man with a vulture eye is his only motive. At one night, the ray of his lantern shines into the "evil eye", which is wide open, for the first time he sees him sleeping.
In consequence to his plan, the old man must die now.

After slaying him, he lays him into a space under the floor and

Though the policemen can’t find the corpse, Poe admits his deed, because he cannot stand "hearing" the old man’s heart beating under his feet.

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