|–The Escape||I Wonder Why|
|–The House Of Usher||Into The Blue|
|–The House Of Usher||Friendly Fire|
|none||The Escape / The House Of Usher||The Escape / The House Of Usher - Conspiracy (7", Single, Ltd, Num + CDr, CD-ROM)||Équinoxe Records||none||Germany||2007|
|EQ021||The House Of Usher, The Escape||The House Of Usher, The Escape - Conspiracy (CDr, Promo)||Équinoxe Records||EQ021||Germany||2007|
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The Fall of the House of Usher" is a narrative short story by American writer Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1839 in Burton's Gentleman's Magazine before being included in the collection Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque in 1840. The short story is a work of gothic fiction and includes themes of madness, family, isolation, and metaphysical identities.
An unnamed narrator arrives at the House of Usher, a very creepy mansion owned by his boyhood friend Roderick Usher. Roderick has been sick lately, afflicted by a disease of the mind, and wrote to his friend, our narrator, asking for help. The narrator spends some time admiring the awesomely spooky Usher edifice. While doing so, he explains that Roderick and his sister are the last of the Usher bloodline, and that the family is famous for its dedication to the arts (music, painting, literature, et. Eventually, the narrator heads inside to see his friend.
Roderick and Madeline Usher are characters who have stumped readers for almost two centuries. Aside from a family doctor, servant, and valet, who briefly appear in the beginning of the story, the characters of "The Fall of the House of Usher" include the narrator, Roderick Usher, and Madeline Usher. Though the plot primarily focuses on the central character of Roderick, a typical Poe character, much of the story's tone and mystery come from Madeline and the narrator: Madeline's presence pervades the story, contributing to its tense atmosphere, and the narrator's observations and conclusions establish the short story's mystery and major themes.
I was visiting an old friend of mine, Roderick Usher, in his old stone house, his palace, where a feeling of death hung on the air. I saw how fear was pressing on his heart and mind. Now his only sister, the lady Madeline, had died and we had put her body in its resting place, in a room inside the cold walls of the palace, a damp, dark vault, a fearful place. You must not - you shall not look out at this! I said to Usher, as I led him from the window to a seat. This appearance which surprises you so has been seen in other places, too. Perhaps the lake is the cause. There was blood upon her white dress, and the signs of her terrible efforts to escape were upon every part of her thin form. For a moment she remained trembling at the door; then, with a low cry, she fell heavily in upon her brother; in her pain, as she died at last, she carried him down with her, down to the floor.
The Fall of the House of Usher. Part One. It was a dark and soundless day near the end of the year, and clouds were hanging low in the heavens. All day I had been rid-ing on horseback through coun-try with little life or beauty; and in the early evening I came within view of the House of Usher. I do not know how it was - but, with my first sight of the building, a sense of heavy sadness filled my spirit. I felt sadness hanging over every-thing. No escape from this deep cold gloom seemed possible. As I entered the room, Usher stood up from where he had been lying and met me with a warmth which at first I could not believe was real.
Can Ryan and Molly escape from the doomed mansion before the curse of Usher claims them as well? . An updated version of the classic horror tale by Edgar Allen Poe. Ryan and his girlfriend Molly are going to visit Ryan's uncle, Roderick Usher, at his mansion. They find, however, that. See full summary . Director: Alan Birkinshaw. Writers: Michael J. Murray, Edgar Allan Poe (story).