The Fall of the House of Usher

What do the reactions to Sir Launcelot’s “Mad Trist” reveal about the narrator’s and Roderick’s different points of view in the passage?

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While the narrator is reading Mad Trist to Usher, he thinks he hears a "cracking and ripping sound," a "screaming or grating sound," and a "distinct, hollow, metallic, and clangorous . . . reverberation." I don't think Ushe has the same reaction as the narrator.