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  • Setting and Atmosphere- dungeons/secret rooms
  • The Amontillado!
  • hehehe
  • A Gothic Protagonist- self imposed/ is isolated or alone
  • "you are...admired, and beloved; you are happy as once I was..."
  • "Enough","It is nothing"
  • Emotions Run High- Strong willed  
  • Let us go all I wish is to taste the Amontillado, not Luchesi!
  • But your cough! besides theres always Luchesi
  • hehehe
  • "Within the wall thus exposed by the displacing of the bones, we perceived a still interior crypt or recess... for no especial use..." (pg 5) This quote is describing the grave that Montresor made for Fortunato which was located in a secret room.
  • Foreboding(threatening/sinister)- ancient curses
  • "...the foot crushes a serpent rampant whose fangs are embedded in the heel"                            
  • "You are rich, respected, admired, beloved; you are happy, as once I was." (pg 3) This is showing how Fortunato is emotionally cut off from the people around him and is alone and has no friends so he is isolated.
  • Decay- formerly great family 
  • "The Montresors were a great and numerous family"
  • "Let us go, nethertheless." (pg 2) In this quote Fortunato is being strong willed in saying that they will taste the wine no matter what.
  • The Supernatural- unexplained manifestations
  • Oh no the intoxication is starting to wear off!
  • "Nemo me impune lacessit." (pg 4) The quote in latin is an ancient curse that means "No one attacks me without impunity", "No one attacks me without paying a consequence." This is showing Montresor's curse upon Fortunato and how we wants revenge.
  • "Nemo me impune lacessit"
  • Huh?
  • "The Montresors...were a great and numerous family." (pg 3) In this quote its saying how they once were a great family but now the family is slowly declining.
  • "...when I discovered that the intoxication of Fortunato had in a great measure worn off." (pg 6) The quote is showing how all of a sudden Fortunato is no longer drunk with no explanation of how and is therefore more aware of his surroundings.
  • "...but is it not getting late?...let us be gone!"
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