The Cask of Amontillado

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  • Introduction
  • Why is he looking at me like that?
  • I must find a way to get revenge on this jester...
  • Claim
  • Of course!
  • Come and test this amontillado...
  • Reasoning
  • Insulting jester... i want him dead
  • Why is it all the way back here?!
  • Follow me for the Amontillado...
  • In the story "The Cask of Amontillado," by Edger Allan Poe, Montresor gives revenge to Fortunato who he states had been insulting him. He plans his death by tricking Fortunato into thinking he was going to test amontillado but instead he locks him up in a cask.
  • Evidence
  • Oh hey Fortunato!
  • Montresors revenge for Fortunato was not justified.
  • analysis
  • why does he want to lock me in this room?
  • Fortunatos way of "insulting" him was not ever stated. Also throughout the story, Fortunato never insulted him while being with Montresor. So if Fortunato never did it during the story why would he do it before?
  • conclusion
  • So glad he's out of the way...
  • Montresor states "So Fortunato had no reason to think that i meant him harm. I continued to smile whenever we met."
  • Why is he looking at me like that? he must be really happy to see me!
  • If Fortunato had no reason to think that Montresor wanted to cause him harm, then the insults that Fortunato preformed must not be that be that extreme. Expescially to take Montresors revenge to what he did.
  • I'll be right back...
  • This shows that the revenge that Montresor did was not justified and Fortunato didn't deserve it.
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