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In “The Fall of the House of Usher,” Roderick’s sanity collapses when…

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In “William Wilson,” what condition is the narrator suffering from?

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In “Ligeia,” the deceased Lady Ligeia takes the form of what type of architecture in the narrator’s home?

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In “The Purloined Letter,” what is C. Auguste Dupin’s secret motivation to solve the case?

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In “William Wilson,” the second William Wilson shares the narrator’s…