In this essay, I intend to show that this statement and others in the story indicate that Montressor was vengeful for past injustices and calculating in his plans to kill Fortunato. Montresor devises a clever plan that will leave Fortunato clueless as to his intensions. The three witches tell Macbeth he will become thain of cawdor and glamis, and then king. As Montresor lures Fortunato into the catacombs, he chains Fortunato up to a small hole in a wall, bricks it over, and leaves Fortunato to die. Lastly, Montresor is just plain mysterious.
He grabs a hold of the reader as he tells the story from his own apathetic and deceptive mind to gain vengeance from the weak and dismal Fortunato. Montresor is successful in his plan for vengeance. The conflict in the Cask of Amontillado develops the theme that, pride can make a person do crazy things. Then, answer the questions that follow. Montresor has also made certain that his servants will be absent from his home, knowing they will head to the carnival once he tells them that he will be gone for the evening. He lures Fortunato into the catacombs of his home to carry out his plans.
He exhibits a man that is loving and respectful. He would have a medium-sized mustache that would cover up his upper lip. Does he have the right to punish him? There is no indication of what Fortunato thinks about Montresor. Montresor is a flat character because he didn't really have complex things throughout the story and he is also static because he didn't change after he completed his plan to get rid of Fortunato. A flat character on the other hand is a character with a straightforward personality of whom few things are revealed. She was an old and small woman that walks side to side in her steps, with a small cane made by an umbrella Welty 223. However, Montresor's true character is indicated through his words.
This strategy is used to describe the development of a character. It was exactly the opposite; Fortunato was friendly and helpful towards Montresor. When a character goes through important changes, he can be seen as a dynamic character. Montresor has plans to murder a man, Fortunato, for insulting him and plans on doing so by walling him up in the catacombs under his home. The adjectives represent thedefinition for Character Traits! Confessing or Bragging This is another area where we can totally identify with Montresor. The humor surrounding Bottom often stems from the fact that he is totally unaware of his own ridiculousness; his speeches are overdramatic and self-aggrandizing, and he seems to believe that everyone takes him as seriously as he does himself. What type of conflict is this? Then, answer the questions that follow.
Montresor's clothes seem to indicate his wanting to conceal himself so he can carry out his devious plan. A different strategy used by the author is the use of dynamic and static characters. She has blue eyes and a golden color underneath her forehead Welty 223. This statement is a shining example of Montresor's fascination with dramatic revenge. He then becomes the thain which opened up an opportunity for him to become king. Invent a Character By Kimberly Dana, Award-Winning Author ©Kimberly Dana Invent a Character - Introduction About the Packet: During author visitations, kids will often ask me how I invent my characters. For him writing was a way to express himself and exhale.
Most of the story takes place deep in the Montresor family catacombs. Since the whole community gets together for carnival drinks, Montresor saw the carnival season as a splendid opportunity to get his revenge. Then, answer the questions that follow. Perhaps Fortunato would like to buy the rest of the cargo of Amontillado at a bargain price and eliminate both Montresor and Luchesi as competitors in bargaining with the seller. He also is a little pushy. Then, answer the questions that follow. Montresor could be described with many bold words, one being guilty.
This theme is clearly evident through the two main characters, Montresor and Fortunato. Therefore we started to assignment by defining character and characterization: A character is fictional person in a literary work. A: Assonance B: Alliteration C: Onomatopoeia I chose A is this correct? Well, if you have not, then Zaroff is that guy. He has some traits but I don't know if they justify a round character. If, however, you are trying to describe a character in a story, that's more complicated and you will have to find your own style. And sometimes, we may not even know whether we are bragging or confessing until after we tell. The instructions are: 'Choose a captivity story you know or have read, and share your findings about it in the form of a book review.
However, he is not seen as a brooding type. His heart swelled with gratitude and pride. Ex: Bob: A middle-aged man in his thirties, has blond hair, and loves to play the tuba. The third trait which Montresor has is being precise. Except for one tiny moment in the story, he shows no remorse for what he's done. These characteristics end up leading to the death of Fortunato, a man who has wronged him.
He not only gets away with murder and lives with the guilt, but he kills his former friend in a particularly gruesome way - by sealing him behind a wall and leaving him to die. Throughout the entire story one could see how Montresor completely manipulated Fortunato and lead him to his demise. Macbeth bumped into three witches after his battle. Montresor is also manipulative, as he tells Fortunato that he will have someone else taste the Amontillado, knowing that by doing this Fortunato will feel compelled to taste the wine himself. I still need quotes for impulsive and fearless. As Montresor lures Fortunato into the catacombs, he chains Fortunato up to a small hole in a wall, bricks it over, and leaves Fortunato to die.