The Cask of Amontillado

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  • Introduction
  • Montesor, you're ugly!
  • He's so irritating. What shall I ever do to get rid of him?
  • Claim
  • Fortunato I need you to test a cask of Amontillado, it doesn't taste right to me.
  • Reason
  • Oh no. I would like to try it tonight. Wine tasting is my expertise.
  • It's quite late Fortunato, I suggest you go home and try the wine in the morning?
  • In the story "The cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allen Poe, the main character, Montresor, wants revenge on, Fortunato, because Fortunato had insulted him for many years. This leads Montresor to lure Fortunato to his death by saying he needs Fortunato to taste test a cask of Amontillado which is in his family catacombs.
  • Textual Evidence
  • No. I would like to taste this wine.
  • Montresor's revenge was justified.
  • Analysis
  • Please let me go. Let me live. Maybe we can have a conversation with our wives and continue as if this never happened.
  • Montresor's revenge was justified because Fortunato treated him with disrespect and insulted him for as long as he could remember.
  • Conclusion
  • The deed is done. No more jingling of his bells, no more insults. Life is good.
  • Montresor says "Fortunato had insulted me. So I vowed revenge." (Poe, 27)
  • Fortunato, I'll let you go home one more time.
  • This shows how Montresor was insulted by Fortunato, and he was sick and tired of it, so he wanted to end the insults from Fortunato.
  • You have made fun of me for too long. Goodbye Fortunato.
  • Montresor was so irritated with Fortunto's behavior, no wonder why he discarded him.
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