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Montresor says that Fortunato has insulted him to the breaking point. Montresor offers a light Spanish sherry that could pass off as Amontillado, carrying out his plan meticulously to kill Fortunato such that he will be safe from the law.
Fortunato wants to taste the wine, and pretends to cough as a bait to get a chance to taste the wine. Later on, Fortunato makes a hand movement that is a secret sign of the Masons. When Fortunato asks for proof of Montresor being a Mason, he presents his trowel. Fortunato says that he must be jesting, and the two men continue onward.
As Fortunato heads toward the back of the recess where the Amontillado was stored, he was chained to a stone by Montresor. After that, he built a wall around Fortunato, Fortunato says after a final plea, “For the love of God, Montresor!” Not remorseful, Montresor says,"May he rest in peace."
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