The Fall of the House of Usher


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  22. ^ In this 1982 interpretation, the curse of the House of Usher is blamed on the Usher family having broken a pact with Satan that its first patriarch had made, in large part by building a chapel within the House, and Satan himself is described as having actually become the House to exact his revenge.
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