The Cask of the Amontillado
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In the story "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allen Poe, Fortunado insulted Montresor's family, Montresor got revenge by tricking Fortunado in to a death trap.
Montresor's revenge was unjustified.
A reason to support this is Montresor committed murder to Fortunado just because insulted him.
A quote from the text to show this is "He stepped over the low wall and into the small area. I followed on his heels. He reached the end of the space at once. He stood still confused for a moment, confused by the whole situation. In the blink of an eye, I had him chained to the wall!... Hastily, I began to wall up the entrance to the space."
This shows Fortuanado's cruel fate being sealed and Monstressor sealing him in a small space to die.
Montressor's revenge was cruel and unusual and he shouldn't've done it, even though Fortuando insulted him, death doesn't make it even.
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