UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO GRANDE – FURG
INSTITUTO DE LETRAS E ARTES – ILA
Professor: Rubelise Cunha
Alice Costa – 42532
A GREAT ANALYSIS OF " THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO”
Since analysed by Edgar Allan Poe inside the " Viewpoint of Composition”, a text he himself composed, the first feature a writer should certainly think about when ever writing a shorter story is the planning. Having a precise treatment beforehand, a method of developing a textual content is what gives substance to it. The beauty of a textual content is in the capacity of designing it intended for the unanimity of result, which will undoubtedly cause impressions on hypersensitive, or even reasonable, readers. Another aspect he mentions is the lenght with the story; it ought to be enough to keep the reader's attention and read it at one sitting. Acquiring to bank account these three important aspects, procedure, device of impact and lenght of the text message, it is possible to assert that the brief story " The Cask of Amontillado”, by Edgar Allan Poe, comprehends these things. This short story is approximately a man obssessed with revenge; the leading part is tired of being insulted by his friend, Prospero, and chooses to take vengeance on him without being charged of it, as with " I must not only penalize but reprimand with impunity”. The precision in the process of this brief story might be perceived when ever analysing the structure and the effect. In the beggining, the protagonist lets clear that he is gonna revenge and this his authentic nature is not likely to threaten simply; he is genuinely fond of his family slogan, Montresor's, " nemo myself impune lacessit”, which means " no one problems me with impunity”. Nevertheless , after filing his anger, he no more says everything with it or perhaps how he intends to obtain, and even snacks his good friend like nothing bad has ever happened. The reader is going to know the intentions of the protagonist and where the story is leading to almost in the end of it. It is with surprise and horror the fact that reader extends to the climaxing. By creating these feelings on the...
Recommendations: POE, Edgar Allan. " The Beliefs of Composition”. 1846. In The Complete Functions of Edgar Allan Poe, vol. 14, edited by James E. Harrison, pp. 19308. New York: AMS Press, 1979.
POE, Edgar Allan. The Cask of Amontillado.
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