How did the narrator in 'The Cask of Amontillado' treat Fortunato in the past?
Fortunato has hurt the narrator a thousand times
Montresor and Fortunato are the only characters in 'A Cask of Amontillado.' Other people are mentioned, Luchesi and Fortunato's wife, but they have no roles. Montresor and Fortunato Fortunato and montessour Montressor, the narrrator and Fortunato, the intended victim of Montresor's revenge. montresor nd fortunato
The narrator in the beginning of the story tells that he has evil intentions for Fortunato, because he feels that Fortunato had insulted him (in some manner). Fortunato, however, is the narrator's friend who was oblivious of the narrator's intentions because of the fact that he was drunk from the fair that he left from. However, he snaps out of his drunken state once he realizes that the narrator had chained and sealed him inside…
Montresor is very calm and unhesitant in his ways. Nobody would have guessed that we would kill Fortunato by burying him alive. He uses his environment and Fortunato to his advantage. He knows that Fortunato would definitely follow him if he told him that he found a pipe of Amontillado. He basically planned every single thing he was going to do to Fortunato - Nick