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The Cask of Amontillado

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by hunter cofer on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of The Cask of Amontillado

The Cask of Amontillado
By: Edgar Allen Poe Hyperbole "The thousand
injuries of
Fortunato I had
born as I best could". (p. 61) No matter what
happens to
Fortunato. He tried as best as he
could to forget. Imagery "He had on
a tight fitting
parti-striped
dress, and his
head was
surmounted by
the conical cap
and bells." (p. 62) A man with
bells on his
head in a tight
fitting dress. Tells how
Fortunato
looks. Simile "The niter!"
it hangs like
moss upon
the vaults."
(p.65) Shows
that
Fortunato
is wise. Damp leafy
moss hanging
down. It gives
you an idea
they are
underground. Personification "My heart
grew sick."
(p.68) He realized
that Fortunato
will die. A second
thought
crossed his
mined. Allusion "I shall
not die
of a cough".
(p.64) He uses
it as a
figure of speech
he kows he is
not going to die
from a cough. A man with
a bad cough.
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