The Fall of the House of Usher

What might account for his wildly swinging moods and differing actions?


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The mood and tone of Roderick reflects the disintegration of the weather and house. Roderick personifies the gothic chaos as it ebbs and flows through the story. The chaos intensifies and so does Roderick's mood swings until the final destructive conclusion.