The Cask of Amontillado


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  • Introduction
  • No, it wasnt even funny.
  • That was a good prank I just did, right?
  • Claim
  • Why did you push me?
  • Im gonna get you back!
  • Because its funny messing around with you.
  • Reason
  • I know what to do to Furtunato so i can get him back for all the things he have done to me!
  • In the short story "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allen Poe, the narrator was named Montreso. Fortunato was always playing a prank to Montreso and did dirty things to him. Montreso let Fortunato at first but then after awhile he got tired of his "pranks". Montreso was planning on a revenge for all the things that Fortunato did to him. Montreso was planning on killing him in the catacomes and he did kill him there.
  • Text Evidence
  • Montresor revenge was justified.
  • Analysis
  • How are you doing in there Furtunato? Your gonna suffer just like i suffered from your "pranks".
  • Montresor was justified in its revenge because of all the things that Fortunato did to him.
  • Conclusion
  • Thats what you get for all the "pranks" you did to me!
  • The narrators says " Fortunato had insulted me. So i vowed revenge. Not in many words, of course. Never aloud." (Poe, 27)
  • This shows how the narraator was being mistreated by his "friend". Montresor wanted Fortunato to feel the same way like him. So Montresor decided to lock him up behind a door full of skulls. Montresor wanted Fortunato suffer just like he suffered from his jokes.
  • It was all a joke! Please get me out of here!
  • Montresor felt good about killing Fortunato. Revenge was in Montresor's mind.
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