The Cask Of The Amontillado
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In the cask of the Amontillado, Fortunado had insulted Montresor, so he vowed revenge. Monstresor thought of ways to get revenge, until he thought of killing him. Monstresor tricked Fortunato into his own death.
Montresor's actions did justify the fact that Fortunato had insulted him.
In the story, it claims Fortunado was well respected, meaning he probably came from a wealthy family. It also claimed many feared him, meaning he probably punished people in a really bad way as well. So he must've insulted Monstresor on purpose.
The narrator says "I had given quite a thought to finding Fortunato's weakness... he was well respected. And many feared him." (Poe,1)
This shows Fortunato was most likely wealthy and powerful due to the fact he was feared and well respected. Meaning he probably meant to insult Monstresor. So when he killed Fortunato he was justified and people no longer had a reason to fear him.
In conclusion, Monstresor was justified by Fortunatos' actions and people now had no reason to fear Fortunato.
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