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This story is about two men and a cask of Amontillado. One of the men is Montresor. He comes from the honored family Montresors. The second man is Fortunato. He knows all the wine. But he is very evil. He had laughed at Montresor’s name. Fortunato had hurt Montresor and he had suffered. Montresor thinks that Fortunato would had pay for everything, thus he thought revenge. It was almost dark, one evening in the spring, when Montresor met Fortunato in the street, alone. They spoke warmly like old friends, because Fortunato had drunk more wine than was good for him. Montresor told him about the cask of Amontillado. He bought this cask, but he didn’t think that it is Amontillado. Thus he was looking for someone, who knew the wine. Fortunato didn’t believe him. They went to the vaults. Montresor took the two brightly burning lights. He gave one of these to Fortunato and led him to a doorway. There were the stone steps. They went under. They were entering the last resting place of the dead of the Montresor family. The bones lay everywhere and therein were the bottles of wine. There was cold, dark, still air and water fell in drops upon them from above. Their eyes soon became used to the darkness. Montresor chose the bottle of wine. He didn’t have anything to open the bottle with, he struck the stone wall with it and broke off the small end. And he took the wine Fortunato. The wine named Medoc. Later Montresor asked Fortunato if he wants go back, because Fortunato trembled with the cold. But Fortunato wanted go farther. When Fortunato finished drinking, Montresor was taking up from among the bones another bottle De Grave. They went on, deeper and deeper into the earth. In the middle of the wall was a little room. They entered into it. A chain hung from one of a heavy iron ring and a lock from the other. Montresor locked Fortunato tightly in the chain. Later Fortunato started building the wall. Montresor walled up him. It was a murder. May he rest in peace!