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  • Perspective and Motavation
  • I hate Fortunoto, he insulted me and my family and I must get revenge. He is very important to the city, so I will act like a friend but kill him for insulting me.
  • I hate that evil eye. As I watch him every night I wonder if I am insane, but I'm not. He wakes up and hears me, I must kill him.
  • Claim
  • I hate Fortunato but I am going to act like we are good friends.
  • Textual Evidence
  • my family motto is "to who ever insults me will be punished"
  • ok?
  • Fortunato insulted Monstesor's family so he plan something to kill him, he hates him now but he still acts like his friend. The narrator kills the man because he had a evil eye and hated him because of that.
  • Analysis
  • YOU INSULTED ME SO YOU DESERVE TO DIE
  • wait what?
  • Monstesor's motavation to kill was justified.
  • Counterclaim
  • He insulted me I must kill him!
  • I killed him because I am insane!
  • Monteresor says "Fortunato insulted me so I vowed revenge." (Poe, 27). Fortunato says "'and your motto?' ' No one insults me without punishment' Monstesor replies." (Poe, 31).
  • Wrap Up
  • I killed him for a good reason!
  • Monstresor killing Fortunato was justified because Fortunato had insulted him and his family. The quotes prove my thinking because his motto shows that he warned him that he was going to get punished. Also he gave him chances to go back. Therefore he is justified in his actions.
  • Although some people might say the narrator was justified because he was insane, and he watched him every night with his evil eye, monstesor was justified to kill fortunato because Fortunato actually insulted him and his family.
  • In conclusion, Monstresor was justified in his actions and the narrator for the other short story wasn't. Fortunato insulted him and he had to follow his motto. Monstesor killing Fortunato was justified.
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