The Fall of the House of Usher

does the narrator succeed in his purpose? Explain.

Explain if the narrator succeeds in his purpose

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No, the narrator's purpose was to help his chidhood friend through a difficult time. Unfortunaely, the narrator's presence did nothing to change the the ultimate end of the Usher family. He did however manage to save his own life, even if he couldn't help his friend.