Is Montresor Insane

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Is the narrator of the cask of Amontillado insane? In Edgar Allan Poe's story the narrator, or Montresor, premeditates the murder, He vowed revenge from fortunato's various insults, Having his tools in and a plan in his mind. When Montresor finally lures Fortunato down into the catacombs and into the room aforementioned, Montresor continues with his plan of killing Fortunato by walling him in. Eventually leaving his soon to be skeleton in a rightful place. Montresor would be considered guilty of murder in the first degree because of this. Montresor vows revenge, but it was more than that, montresor exclaims "That neither by word nor deed had I given Fortunato cause to doubt my good-will (Poe 563)."This shows that montresor knows what he is

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