The narrator knew he was guilty and should be

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The narrator knew he was guilty and should be punished because he had no reason to commit the crime. b. The narrator’s guilt was following him. He had a cat he loved dearly and when he saw a noose around the black cat he knew that meant his time was coming, too. c. The cat resembled Pluto. Pluto didn’t have any white hair but this cat did, right over his heart. I think this symbolizes that Pluto was innocent and had a pure heart.
Pluto, and closely resembling him in every respect but one. Pluto had not a white hair upon any portion of his body; but this cat had a large, although indefinite splotch of white, covering nearly the whole region of the breast. Upon my touching him, he immediately arose, purred loudly, rubbed against my hand, and appeared delighted with my notice. Irony (choose one type) Dramatic a. I seized him; when, in his fright at my violence, he inflicted a slight wound upon my hand with his teeth. The fury of a demon instantly possessed me. I knew myself no longer. My original soul seemed, at once, to take its flight from my body and a more than fiendish malevolence, ginnurtured, thrilled every fiber of my frame. I took from my waistcoat-pocket a penknife, opened it, grasped the poor beast by the throat, and deliberately cut one of its eyes from the socket! I

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