What is the denouncement of a story?
Do you mean DENOUEMENT? In French the word noued is a knot and in English
denouement means to un-knot or unravel. That is usually at the end of a story where loose ends are cleared up and questions answered and explanations given for any little mysteries.
No, its an analogy which includes his strongest denouncement of alcohol. The narrator's perverse actions are brought on by his alcoholism, a "disease" and "fiend" which also destroys his personality.The use of the black cat evokes various superstitions, including the idea voiced by the narrator's wife that they are all witches in disguise. The titular cat is named Pluto after the Roman god of the Underworld.
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