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11 December, 10:22

What irony is presented in "the tell-tale heart"?

A. the police officers arrive because they can hear the beating of a victim's heart.

B. the murder victim was actually blind.

C. the victim's eye still haunts the narrator even after the murder.

D. the narrator's attempts to convince us of his sanity makes him appear mad.

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  1. 11 December, 11:31
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    The right answer for the question that is being asked and shown above is that: "D. the narrator's attempts to convince us of his sanity makes him appear mad." The irony that is presented in "the tell-tale heart" is that D. the narrator's attempts to convince us of his sanity makes him appear mad.
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