This is a story about a man named Fortunato who is a drunk and likes to insult people, because he thinks its funny, but a man named Montresor doesn't take to kindly of his "jokes". so one day at a carnival he sees Fortunato which leads to Montresor leading the drunken Fotunato into the basemant where finally Montresor ends up chaining up Fortunato and traping him behind a wall. This shows the theme of revenge.
The Cask of Amonillado
By: Edgar Allen Poe
Montresor spots the drunken Fortunato in the distance standing alone, thinking this would be the perfect time to exicute his evil plan.
oh, what a beautiful for such a lovely gathering !
Montresor walks up to Fortunato and asked him if he would like some more wine. this would be the beginning of the end for the jokster known as Fortunato.
would you like some more wine ?
that would be delightful
Montresor tells Fortunato to follow him into the castle, so that he can show him where they keep all the extra wine.
follow me good sir.
Montresor leads Fortunato to the basement where there is a large double door . Montresor tells Fortunato that, "all the wine is behind those doors."
there is much more right behind that door.
Once Fortunato turns around Montresor grabs him and chains him up, eventually shoving him into a hole in the wall. this would be Fortunatos final resting point as Montresor would soon begin to began to fill in the the hole.