The Cask Amontillado


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  • Introduction
  • Claim
  • Reason
  • In the story, "The Cask of Amontillado" by, Edgar Allen Poe, Montresor plans on punishing Fortunado for insulting him. Montresor himself will punish Fortunato by lewering him into a trap.
  • TE
  • Monstestor was justified for his actions against Fortunato.
  • Analysis
  • Monster story was justified for his actions because it was in his crest and his motto.
  • Conclusion
  • Monstrestor states, "No one insults me without punishment." (Poe, 31)
  • This shows that Monstrestor actions was justified because the motto was in his family. So his family creast is very important to them. Plus he doesn't want to discrace his family's creast.
  • This proves that momstrestor actions were justified.
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