"The thousand injures of Fortunato I had borne as best I could but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge
Let us go nevertheless. The cold is merely nothing
A pipe!? impossible! take me to your vault
My friend no, your are inflicted with a severe cold, the vaults are severyley damp and are incrusted with niter
My dear Fortanato, you are luckily met, I have received as what passes for a pipe of Amontillado
Then your are not of the brother hood "You are not of the mason" "You jest", but let us proceed to Amontiado
How? "yes, Yes"i said "yes yes"
This is the exposition and the conflict because it shows the characters theme and the main issue
He!he!he!-he!he!he!-yes the amontilado. But is it not gettin late? Will not they be awaiting us at the plazo, the lady Fortunato and therest? Let us be gone
(By Gavin McCuistion)
"for the love of god, Montresor!"
This is the rising action because there now descending into the catacombs
This is the climax because it is the most important turning point in the story where he stated building a wall around him
This would be the falling action because the wall has been constructed fortuntato has already realized that he's going to die.
"Yes let us be gone" "Yes" i said, "for the love of God!"
(But these words I Hearked in vain for a reply. I grew impatiant. I called aloud) This would be the resolution because he has regretted killing his "friend" and he has now told the story 50 years later because of the amount of guilt that has built up