He had been observing the old man and did not like the old man’s eyes. Moreover, his mind is very clear that the old man’s blue eyes and nothing more only affected him. Thus, he makes his mind to kill the man getting rid of the annoying eyes of the old man forever. From above statements, the narrator is clueless on why he killed the old man. Thus, one can judge that he may have also made his confession due to psychological disturbances. This is because, the killing of the old man kept on haunting him, and he had to relieve it out through confession.
In relation to what speeds up his confession, the narrator felt haunted day and night. In addition, he had no passion, peace, and object in his life after killing the old man. He also rushed into confession to prove his ideology of killing the man is not that he is mad. In addition, he has felt body remorse for the man and this had shaken him inwardly to confess. Finally, yet importantly, the psychological impact had destroyed him (Poe 2008). Moreover, he has headaches and ringing in his ears. This makes him want to talk frequently in order to get rid of the effect. Thus, in general, he rushes into confessing due psychological problem within him. Psychological, Cognitive, Psychoanalytic and Trauma Criticism.
Work CitedPoe, Edgar A, and Gary Kelley. The Cask of Amontillado. Mankato, Minn: Creative Education, 2008. Print.
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