Cask of Amontillado


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  • Introduction
  • No one likes you
  • How dare you insult me
  • he will pay
  • Claim
  • need a drink?
  • yes please
  • Reason
  • Why would he insult me??
  • In the short story "The Cask Of Amontillado" by Edger Allen Poe, Fortunato insulted Montresor and Fortunato had to kill him.
  • Evidence
  • Montresor's revenge was justified.
  • Analysis
  • Montresor was angry because Fortunato insulted him many times.
  • Conclusion
  • No one will see him again
  • "No one insults me without punishment." (Poe 31)
  • Montresor's motto he lives by is, no one insults me without punishment and and Fortuanto broke it but when you broke a motto back in the old days, that was big. They live by that motto. They followed it and when someone breaks it like in this case, they should get a punishment or what the motto says. It was fair for Fortuanto to get a punishment because ge broke it. Punishment could e anything, death, fine etc. but Montresor could pick. It doesn't mn death or fine, its his choice so Fortuanto should've got a punishment which he did. Montresor is just living by his life motto and when someone breaks it, they get it
  • This shows that Montresor's revenge was justified.
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