Insanity In 'The Tell-Tale Heart'

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The definition of sanity is “the state of being sane; good sense or soundness of judgment”(CollinsDictionary). In the short story “The Tell Tale Heart” the narrator has done a crime due to a blind eye. He was a very wise and guilty man. This is the argument many people are having to ask is he sane or insane.

The narrator is sane in the short story “The Tell Tale Heart” for many reasons. He was very calm and well planned to get rid of the blind eye. He proceeded the old man with calmness and took his time. He said “I loved the old man, he had never wronged me”. It was just the eye that bothered him not the old man.He was also very smart in the process.

The narrator said he would never wrong the old man because he said he loved him and never