II. Evidence from the text for "The Tell-Tale Heart"
A. Persuasive language/ pleas to the reader; "You fancy me mad," et cetera
B. References to what he is trying to prove: "How then, am I mad?," "And now have I not told you that what you mistake for madness is but overacuteness of the senses?," et cetera
III. Evidence from the text for "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas"
A. Persuasive Language: "I wish I could convince you."
B. Descriptions of the perfection of Omelas
C. Significance of the suffering child