The cask of amontillado English
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After being insulted by his acquaintance, Fortunato, Montresor decides to seek his revenge on Fortunato. To do this Montresor tells Fortunate the he has gotten what he believes to be amontillado and offers Fortunato to taste to confirm that it is amontillado
In the cellars there were no one as Montresor sent his servants away to the carnival. As they designed into the saltpeter covered vaults, Fortunate started to cough. Montresor offered to bring him home but he insisted that the amontillado will be the antidote.
As they continued to explore the vaults which are full of the dead bodies of the Montresor family, Fortunato claims to forget Montresor’s family crest. Montresor says that his family crest is a huge foot in a field crushing a serpent whose fangs are lodged in the heel.
Later in their journey, Fortunato makes a hand sing that is a secret sign of the Masons, an exclusive organisation. Montresor does not recognise the hand signal, though he claims that he is a Mason. When he asks for proof, Montresor shows him his trowel
They walk into a crypt where bones decorate three of the walls. The bones of the forth wall were on the ground. On the forth wall is a small room where Montresor tells Fornuato the wine is. As Fortunato walked into the room, Montresor chains him to a rock,
Taunting Fortunato, Montresor begins to trap him inside with a wall. As he is almost done, Fortunato laughs as if he is playing a joke on him, but he is not. He fits the last stone in place and seals the wall close. He concludes with a phrase, “May he rest in peace.”
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