"The Cask of Amontillado" uses a first-person narrator (a narrator that is a character in the story), and, sometimes, first-person narrators can be unreliable.
How reliable or unreliable do you regard the narrator?
Are there any ways that the narrator might be manipulating the truth?
How would you describe the narrator's attitude toward himself and his actions?
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As you briefly discuss how reliable or unreliable do you regard the narrator, I deem him as totally unreliable. He definitely seems to be psychologically unstable, making him highly unreliable. He is quite narcissistic to me, too.
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