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Nonetheless, often plummeting into his own bottomless abyss, he viewed the world as desolation, as the end rather than the beginning of time. Longing for stability and peace, he was irresistibly drawn to confusion, chaos, collapse, and disintegration. In the "Lower World" inner darkness and the darkness of history converged. Yet the longer Cole lived and struggled in modern America, the more it, too, seemed fatally tainted. Early on, Cole was acutely conscious of the vast divide between his old and new homes.
During the course of the story, Usher gradually succumbs to madness as his sister, Madeleine, GLOOM AND DOOM 29 FIGURE 18. Thomas Cole, Rock in Connecticut, ca. 1827. Founders Society Purchase, William H. Murphy Fund. Photograph© 2001 The Detroit Institute of Arts. his soul mate, wastes away and finally dies of some mysterious family vault deep in the of the house. Madeleine, Usher entombs in the awakens from her cataleptic trance and makes a ghastly return to her brother, who finally dies with her in an agony of terror.
The nearly simultaneous emergence of ruin imagery in their work may be coincidental. ;ois Volney's Ruins (I 79 3) and the work of Lord Byron, notably Childe Harold's Pilgrimage (I 8 I 8 ), a romantic textbook of sorts on the meanings of ruin. The fact that they sustained an interest in the subject through the I 83os, though, suggests some shared response to the mounting turmoil and anxiety about the future that marked the Jacksonian era. 33 In the I83os and I84os social and political establishments were under attack.