How does Poe view fear in his story "The Premature Burial"? State the theme in one sentence.
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I don't know. How? :)
I read the story i just dont understand exactly HOW, he viewed fear. help. :D
I haven't read the story. But look upon the adjectives.
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Here is Edgar Allen Poe's description of the events of being buried alive: "It may be asserted, without hesitation, that no event is so terribly well adapted to inspire the supremeness of bodily and of mental distress, as is burial before death. The unendurable oppression of the lungs- the stifling fumes from the damp earth-the clinging to the death garments-the rigid embrace of the narrow house-the blackness of the absolute Night-the silence like a sea that overwhelms." "The Premature Burial" is a horror short story on the theme of being buried alive.