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Natalia Ramos Benitez
200-80-4620
ENG 122
September 5, 2010
Activity 3: “The Cask of Amontillado” and “The Tell Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe

Questions: “The Cask of Amontillado”
1.Montressor uses reverse psychology to convince his friend Fortunato. Fortunato had knowledge for fine wine and Montressor convinced Fortunato to follow him into the catacombs to determine if the newlypurchased cask of amontillado is authentic.
2. The Cask of Amontillado and The Tell Tale Heart are similar because both are narrated in the first person point of view; both narrators don’t have a goodjustification for committing the brutal murders. Both narrators planed the murder with anticipation and the disposals of the bodies are quite unusual.
3. The Cask of Amontillado and The Tell TaleHeart are different because the narrator in The Tell Tale Heart gets caught by the police, but the narrator in The Cask of Amontillado does not get caught. Montressor tells the tale of what happenthat night with no specific purpose, but the narrator in “The Tell Tale Heart” gives the reader the vibe that he is telling the story to prove his sanity and that he is guilt free.
4. An example ofverbal irony is when Fortunato toasts to the buried that repose around us. This is an example of a verbal irony because he doesn’t know that he will be one of the buried. Basically the whole story isan example of dramatic irony because Fortunato is unaware of Montressor's intentions to kill him while the reader knows this from the beginning of the story.
5. Montressor decided to killedFortunato because, Montressor felt as if Fortunato insulted him and his family all the time. Montressor felt like this is a good enough reason to kill Fortunato.
6. The crime that Montressor committedwas the perfect crime, and I don’t think Montressor has repented he is just telling the story for the sake of it, for whichever person wants to hear it.
7. Montressor committed the perfect crime...
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