What happens to the siblings in the end of the Fall of the House of Usher?
They are struck by lightning.
They run away together.
They die together.
They both go insane.
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Did you read "The Fall of the House of Usher" ?
"One key to the story is, of course, the name of the main character. An usher is someone who lets one in or leads one in. Thus, the narrator is ushered into the house by a bizarre-looking servant, and he is then ushered into Roderick Usher's private apartment and into his private thoughts. Finally, usher also means doorkeeper, and as they had previously ushered Lady Madeline prematurely into her tomb, at the end of the story Lady Madeline stands outside the door waiting to be ushered in; failing that, she ushers herself in and falls upon her brother."
This happens in the end
i read half of it but havent got to the end and i dont have time to read it because am taking a timed quiz
Apparently based upon this quote C makes the best sense and that's alright; Poe is a lengthy author. Nice excerpt though! :)
Thank you so much for helping me on these
Good luck with Poe and Shakespeare really lengthy authors; more you read it truly elevates everything!