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Examples Of Montresor In The Cask Of Amontillado

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Telling Tales “The Cask of Amontillado”, by Edgar Alan Poe tells the story of Montresor. Montresor is the protagonist and narrator of the story, thus Montresor narrates how he murdered his friend Fortunato. Montresor lets the reader know that he holds a grudge against Fortunato. It seems that Fortunato offended him in some way or another, and because he thinks the offense is so grand, his friend deserves to die. And, accordingly Montresor plans his friend’s death beforehand with a cold heart. So, for these reason I think that he is a reliable narrator because he is not trying to justify, explain, or sympathize with no one. Next, I will illustrate with some examples. First, Montresor’s narration of the tale sounds logical. There are no off details,
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