&lt;Tab/&gt;The Tell-Tale Heart was written by Edgar Allan Poe in 1843 and is considered one of the finest stories of psychological horror. A man becomes obsessed with a vulture-like eye and tells very descriptively of his methods in how he got rid of the man. In the end, his madness drives him into confession. The plot has three main literary elements that contribute to the atmosphere of the story. These characteristics
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&lt;Tab/&gt;This tale has three main literary elements that greatly attribute to the modern part of the story. The use of detailed exposition, an interest in the inner mind, and suspensefulness are very easily picked out in this masterpiece. This is probably one of Poe's greatest works and is one of the most well known stories of all time.