The Cask of Amontillado

The Cask of Amontillado

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  • Introduction
  • You say that now.. Just wait and see.
  • Your family sucks.
  • Claim
  • I wonder if he took what I said to heart...
  • Reason
  • Please! Please! Don't do this! I'm sorry!
  • Silence! The damage has been done. Farewell sir.
  • In the story, "The cask of the Amontillado" by Edgar Poe, Montresor wants revenge on Fortunato because he insulted his family.
  • Textual Evidence
  • He's going to regret speaking about my family with such negativity!
  • Monstersor's actions weren't justified.
  • Analysis
  • What were you saying about my family earlier?
  • Oh, I was saying that your family isn't as good as mine. They suck.
  • Montresor's actions weren't justified because all Fortunato did was insult his family.
  • Conclusion
  • He was speaking bad of my family! I shouldn't be in here!
  • "Fotunato had insulted me. So I vowed revenge. Not in so many words, of course. Never aloud. So Fortunato had no reason to think that I meant him harm. I continued to smile whenever we met. He had no idea that I was smiling at the thought of his death." (Poe 27)
  • This shows that speaking bad of someone's family shouldn't result in killing them. Instead, they should've compromised.
  • Montresor had no right to murder Fortunato.
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