The Cask of Amontillado

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  • Introduction
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  • Claim
  • Reason
  • In "The Cask of Amontillado", by Edgar Allen Poe, the main character Montresor is insulted by his friend, Fortunado. Because of his actions, Montresor plots revenge on Fortunado by bringing him to his catacombs and leaving him there to die.
  • Evidence
  • Montresor's actions against Fortunado were justified.
  • Analysis
  • Montresor's revenge was justified because Fortunado was causing harm to him before he insulted Montresor.
  • Conclusion
  • Montresor says on page one, "the thousand injuries of Fortunado I had borne as best I could, but when he ventured upon insult I vowed revenge.
  • Montresor didn't murder Fortunato simply because he insulted him, the text says that Fortunato was causing harm to Montresor before he insulted him. He dealt with the injures Fortunato caused for awhile, but when he insulted him that was the last straw. Montresor vowed revenge on Fortunato for the injuries he caused and for his insult.
  • Montresor's actions against Fortunato were justified. Fortunato was troubling Montresor for awhile and he dealt with it, but when he insulted him, that was the final straw for Montresor. Montresor's actions justified the harm that Fortunato caused,
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