Foreshadowing In The Cask Of Amontillado

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In the fictional story “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe, foreshadowing plays a huge role in the short story. There are three main ideas of foreshadowing in the story. They are number one the trowel that he kept in his coat. Number 2 is the family motto. Number 3 is leading Fortunate down into the catacombs. I think that irony also has a huge part in this piece. How you may ask. Well for starters, the first sight of irony in the story is that Montresor waits for Fortunato at Carnival. Another example of irony would be as they are walking down the catacombs. In this essay I will tell you the irony of these two statements and how Edgar Allan Poe uses foreshadowing in his story. My first statement was “Montresor waits for Fortunato
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