The Cask of Amontillado


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  • Beginning
  • I have received of what passes for Amontillado! Come, let us go to your vaults!
  • Amontillado? How? That's impossible! Let us go!
  • Middle
  • Do you want to go back? We don't have to go any farther.
  • *cough* *cough* No! No! I am fine, lets continue!
  • End
  • Goodbye Fortunato!!
  • After many years of getting mistreated by Fortunato, Montresor has came back for his revenge. He seemed to convince Fortunato very easily.
  • Symbol
  • Fortunato seemed to be getting very ill, Montresor became to notice that Fortunato was falling right into his trap.
  • Tone
  • All this time i have been mistreated, i have been affected. So long Fortunato!
  • After blocking him in completely, Monstresor called out for Fortunato several times before realizing he was gone.
  • Figurative language
  • It is all over!! *CLINK* *CRASH*
  • There were skulls in the vaults. It gives more of a creepy visual. Skulls and bones symbolize death. It's a symbolization that you can identify just by looking.
  • You can identify someones mood just by the tone of their face, voice, and body movement.
  • Having illustrations and writing that explains a noise, gives the reader a point of view of how it may sound. Onomatopoeia attracts the reader's attention.
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