The Cask Of Amontillado summitive by Abby Laux

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  • Yes, lets.
  • Introduction
  • Come, Fortunado! Let us taste that Amontillado!
  • Claim
  • Haha, I cant wait to see the look of terror on his face as I kill him!
  • Reason
  • The wine is just in there! You can go get it.
  • In the short story "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allen Poe, the story comes after Montresor is insulted by his good friend Fortunado. Montresor vows to have revenge and proceeds to kill Fortunado.
  • Text Evidence
  • But, Montresor's revenge was not justified.
  • Analysis
  • Montresor's revenge was not justified because in the text it does not tell or show how severe or minor the insult that Fortunado said to Montresor.
  • Conclusion
  • Montresor states, "Fortunado had insulted me. so I vowed revenge. Not in so many words, of course. Never aloud. So Fortunado had no reason to think that I meant him harm."
  • Ha ha ha! this is what you get for insulting me!
  • Montresor? What are you doing?
  • This shows that Fortunado didn't even know that he had offended Montresor! And Montresor knew that. Montressor could have just told Fortunado and they could've worked it out. Also there is no evidence that shows that Fortunado insulted Montersor severely or more than once.
  • My revenge has been fulfilled!
  • Montresor really should have thought harder of an alternative other than killing his friend.
  • They never found out! Ha!
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