The Fall of the House of Usher

what specific details in the story thus far suggest that usher's belief is reflected by his surroundings

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Roderick Usher spends his days inside his dark and cavernous mansion, avoiding sunlight or the smells of flowers, and obsessing over "the sentience of all vegetable things." Roderick rots in his house just as his house is rotting away: the two personify each other.