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Evidence and Analysis
Montresors perspective was that Fortunado needed punishment for what he did to Montresor. Montresor's motivation was that Fortuanato insulted him and for that he wanted to kill Fortunato for it. Although he didn't act directly and kill him ended up killing him in a very cruel way.
Montresor had no right to kill Fortunato. Even though Fortunato insulted him he should not have killed him, he couldve punished him in a less cruel way. We also didn't know how Fortunato insulted and he could've just over reacted.
"Fortunato had insulted me so i vowed revenge." (Edgar Allan poe 1). Insulting is not the same as death. He could've punished him in a different way instead of death.
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