"The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allen Poe.
In "The Cask of Amontillado", Edgar Allen Poe demonstrates the horrors of a
chilling murder. The narrator, Montresor, has vowed revenge upon his enemy,
Fortunato. Fortunato willingly travels with his killer to his doom. The reader is left
awestruck and amazed at Montresor's grotesque act. Poe uses irony through the
character of Montresor to foreshadow his enemy's death.
One example of his use of irony through Montresor is their toast to each other.
Fortunato drank to the dead around them, to their lives. However, his killer drank to
the victim's long life. This ironic toast lends the…
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