The Cask of Amontillado

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  • Fortunato insulted Montressor and Montressor wants revenge.
  • He will pay for what he said about me.
  • HAHAHAHAHA
  • Fortunato is drunk at Mardi Gras, so Montressor is tricking him to go with him to the catecomes.
  • You really don't need to go.
  • No No, I want to go!
  • They go deeper into the catecomes, and Fortunato still wants to go on. Montressor keeps him drunk to make sure he doesn't know what he is trying to do.
  • We have gone so far and it is very late. I am sure I can get someone else to taste the wine.
  • Nonsense!! I'm fine. We can keep going.
  • I made Montressor pale and with dark hair because he is serious and, he doesn't have much color in him because, according to the text, he doesn't have a lot of emotions. I made Fortunato colorful because in the story, he is always having a good time and is happy till the end
  • Montressor keeps walking Fortunato down the catecomes.
  • Please don't kill me
  • Montressor Tries to get Fortunato to go with him to the catecomes by telling him he wants him to taste the Amontillado tho make sure it is Amontillado. Montressor uses reverse phycology by saying he doesn't have to go and he will get someone else to taste the Amontillado, and he knows Fortunato wouldnt wanth that.
  • Montressor sits down and is now finished with Fortnato.
  • And still no one knows.
  • Edgar Allen Poe streaches out this part of the raising action a lot by discribing each part of the whole way to the climax.
  • It is some time later, and no one knows what happened to Fortunato.
  • Montressor and Fortunato are really far down, and Montressor is tieing him up, and he hesitates for a moment as the last part of suspense, and then he puts the last brick.
  • When Montressor sits down, that is the falling action because it is aknowledging that he did what he did and finishing up the story
  • This wraps up the story, by telling us what happened after, and how the secret is still kept.
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