The Cask Of Amontillado Literary Analysis

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Ghandi once said, “An eye for an eye will leave the whole world blind.” In Edger Allan Poe’s short story, “The Cask of Amontillado,” the narrator, Montrasor has vowed revenge to his “friend” Fortunato, for an indistinct reason and by asphyxiating his in the deep crypt. In the story, it is obvious that Monstrasor traps in revenge psychologically. Meanwhile, Fortunato traps in wine psychologically. Moreover, Monstrasor is trapped more psychologically, for he fears of the non-rightful of his deeds, loses the interest immediately after his target dies, and remembers all his deeds so well; in other words, it is because of the consciousness from himself yet he does not to admit: the things that he views as his entire life, revenge, perhaps is a false action. For instance, utilizing the…show more content…
It is also questionable that the motivate of Monstrasor, who states got unbearable “insult,” because he focus too many on the risk. Meanwhile, Monstrasor does not provide any evidence for “The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could” at all, not even spell them out when he was murdering Fortunato by asphyxiating, however, following what

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