Poe's Short Stories

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How does the narrator feel about the old man in general? What, then, specifically, is it about the old man that troubles/bother the narrator? Why? How often does the narrator mention this 'thing' in the story

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The narrator is pretty unstable. Really, he has no problem with the old man, "Passion there was none. I loved the old man. He had never wronged me." His specific problem was with the old man's eye which was probably nothing abhorrent in the first place.