Fortunato's Setbacks In The Cask of Amontillado
In spite of the fact that Fortunato is a savvy wine master, his ability drives him to his passing. In Italian the word Fortunato implies blessed, something that he isn’t before the finish of the story. In “The Cask of Amontillado” Edgar Allan Poe utilizes foretelling and emotional incongruity and verbal incongruity to demonstrate Fortunato’s setbacks which in the end prompt his passing.
Incongruity and anticipating are scholarly gadgets utilized in writing. Portending is the point at which a component in the story is utilized to indicate an occasion that will happen further along in the story. There are a wide range of kinds of Irony. One of these is sensational incongruity, which alludes to when a character thinks something is valid yet the gathering of people know the genuine truth of the circumstance. Another sort of incongruity is verbal incongruity, which is the point at which a character says something however implies something else. These two kinds of incongruity are ones Poe utilizes the most in “The Cask of Amontillado.”
In “The Cask of Amontillado” incongruity assumes a crucial job in the story. One case of verbal incongruity can be seen when Montresor first observes Fortunato at the festival and says “My dear Fortunato, you are fortunately met,” (Poe 1). This announcement is a kind of verbal incongruity in light of the fact that Fortunato isn’t entirely met by Montressor, whose expectations are to kill Fortunato. A sort of sensational incongruity in the story can be found in Fortunato’s clothing at the fair. Fortunato was dressed as a buffoon, however it was really Montresor who was giggled at and mocked. Teacher Charles N. Nevi, of the bureau of English in Medford, Oregon, expounds on the incongruity in Fortunato’s dress when he says, “Fotunato’s dress is unexpected, for a jokester isn’t only a man to be giggled at; he is a man who makes others snicker by monitoring the frailties of humanity and after that mocking them, yet Fortunato knows about next to no and who disparages nothing. It is Montresor who came nearer to the job of entertainer,” (Nevi par.8). Here Professor Nevi recommends that Montresor is the person who is really disparaged and ought to be a superior fit in the jokester dress. These precedents show Fortunato’s amusing disasters that prompt his inevitable passing.
Portending is another scholarly gadget profoundly utilized in “The Cask of Amontillado.” An early example of anticipating is found in the title “The Cask of Amontillado.” In the title “Barrel” nearly looks like the word coffin which alludes to where a man lays after death. The title rapidly draws consideration that the story includes the passing of a man. Another essential utilization of anticipating is in the main sentence in “The Cask of Amontillado.” Poe begins the story off with Montresor expressing, “THE thousand wounds of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, however when he wandered upon affront I pledged retribution” (Poe 1). This announcement was meaning the last time montresor would take Fortunato’s abuse. In the announcement, Montresor pledged vengeance upon Fortunato for the majority of the harmed he has caused him. This model hints the passing of Fotunato as Montresor states that he is tired of the put-down. Anticipating Fortunato’s passing gives us and early perspective of Fortunato’s mishap.
The employments of foretelling and incongruity have a fundamental impact in “The Cask of Amontillado.” Foreshadowing in the story indicated towards the passing of Fortunato. The distinctive kinds of incongruity show how the diverse components of the story helped us comprehend the outcomes Fortunato faces for his destructive ways.
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