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grows in dampplaces. The original publisher was a magazine called Godey's Lady's Book in November, 1846. A cask is a very small barrel in which wines of high value were stored. The narrator keeps offering to bring Fortunato back home, but Fortunato refuses. This is a great story. At last, after a final plea, "For the love of God, Montresor!" Fortunato stops answering Montresor, who then twice calls out his enemy's name.
The men continue to explore the deep vaults, which are full of the dead bodies of the Montresor family. The bones from the fourth wall have been thrown down on the ground. Later, Fortunato acts very friendly and helpful toward Montresor in offering to test the Amontillado, even though Fortunato is partly driven by his own vanity. When Montresor says "you, who know me so well he is probably speaking to an unnamed person in the nature of a confession. It's Latin and translates as "May he, (or she) rest in peace." Often improperly traslated as simply "Rest in Peace." It's the original.I.P. As Monstresor leads Fortunato down to the wall vault wherehe will meet his fate, the walls are covered with nitre. Fortunato is Italian for?fortunate? Fortunato had evidentlyinsulted Montresor's name at some point. In the catacombs Montresor says that he, too is a "mason." Fortunato asks Montresor for the secret sign known by the Freemasons and Montresor produces a trowel. In that sense it is the end of Fortunato's life that is at the end of the passageway.