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Examples of Irony in the Cask of Amontillado By Bryson Massey
Montresor! Good evening, my friend.
Fortunato! How are You?
My dear Fortunato! I am indeed glad that I have met you.
This is an example of verbal irony because Montresor says that he is happy he met Fortunato, however we know that Fortunato has wronged him many times.
This is an example of dramatic irony because Fortunato insists on entering the catacombs to drink the wine. However, the reader knows that death awaits Fortunato catacombs.
To your vaults. To test the wine.
I do not care. Let us go. I'm well enough.
No, my friend, no. I can see that you are not well. And the vaults are cold and wet.
Fortunato! Fortunato! Fortunato!
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