Come Fortunato, we will go back, your health is more important, anyway there is Luchresi
Ok, drink this Medoc, you will feel better
In this scene, we get introduced to the narrator, Montressor and the other charecter, Fortunato. Montressor hates the fact that Fortunato insults him the way he does. Montressor says that he vows for revenge. This is an important scene because it explains why Montressor commits the actions that he does in the story.
This scene is where Montressor invites Fortunato into his vaults to discover the Amontillado that Montressor has. Fortunato is drunk and doesn't have a good sense of his surroundings. Montressor is planning to take Fortunato into his vaults and harm him. This scence is significant toward the story because it sets the scence for the suspense.
It's getting damp
Montressor has taken Fortunato into his vaults and Fortunato has this cough. Viewers can infer that Montressor wants to go deeper into the vaults when he remarks "You are a man to be missed. For me it is no matter. We will go back; you will be ill, and I cannot be responsible"(Poe,35). To make the cough stop for Fortunato, Montressor gives wine to Fortunato and says it is Medoc. This scence is important because Montressor keeps Fortunato in the vaults.
Montressor and Fortunato have reached the vaults. Montressor puts Fortunato in chains when he begans to dig. Viewers can infer that Montressor is making a wall to block Fortunato when he states "With these materials and with the aid of my trowel, I began vigoursly to wall up the entrance of the niche"(Poe,75). This is a significant scene because Montressor is about to harm or even kill Fortunato.
Montressor, the Amontillado!!
In this scene, Montressor adds the final brick to the wall in which Fortunato is in. Montressor and Fortunato have a quick conversation as to what they will do when they get the Amontillado and the conversation dies when Fortunato doesn't respond. Montressor gets impatient and opens the wall to see Fortunato dead. This scene is significant because it shows that Montressor finishes his revenge.
Montressor leaves the vaults after killing Montressor. His heart has some guilt after killing Fortunato, but he soon forgets about it. It's been 50 years and no one has gone done their and seen him. This scene is important because Montressor gets his revenge and it shows how he feels about it.