the cask of amontillado

the cask of amontillado

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  • Introduction
  • lets go get some Amontillado!
  • Claim
  • These are my family crypts.
  • Reason
  • in the short story, "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allen Poe, there was a jester named Fortunato who has insulted the narrator, Montressor, and the narrator wants to get revenge. The narrator blames Fortunato for all of the insults and wants revenge.
  • Textual Evidence
  • Montressor's revenge is not justified.
  • Analysis
  • It's right in here!
  • what are we doing here where is the Amontillado?
  • Montressor's revenge is not justified because death is not the answer for someone insulting him.
  • Conclusion
  • ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
  • The narrator states, " 'No one insults me without punishment' I replied (Poe, 31).
  • This shows how Fortunato suffered in the form of death for insulting Montressor. Death towards Fortunato was rough for an insult.
  • In conclusion, Montressor's revenge was not justified.
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