Edgar Allen Poe
One need not wonder any longer why Edgar Allen Poe was the master of terror after reading his short story "The Cask of Amontillado". Through the use of tension and ambiguity Poe has succeeded in creating suspense throughout this tale. Poe's writing gives an excellent example of how tension, imagery, and irony combine to create an overwhelming effect of terror.
The story begins with Montresor declaring his intention to seek revenge against Fortunato, "At length I would be avenged: this was a point definitely settled-but the very definitiveness with which it was resolved precluded the ide…
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