How Does Fortunato Symbolize In The Cask Of Amontillado

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The story “A Cask of Amontillado,” written by Edgar Allen Poe, was about a man named Montresor who wanted to seek revenge against another man named Fortunato during the carnival season. I have chosen Fortunato for my character analysis who was a connoisseur in wine, and, according to Montresor, had given Montresor “A thousand injuries” (Edgar Allen Poe Pg. 286). After these “Thousand Injuries,” Montresor wants revenge against Fortunato by killing him. The traits I’ll use to describe Fortunato are his naïvetés, his arrogance, and his stupidity. One trait of Fortunato was that he was naïve. He thinks that he and Montresor are friends. Even though he injured Montresor, he is completely clueless that Montresor is out to kill him. He goes along
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