Montilla-Moriles | Part 2: Tales of Amontillado

I recently read the 1846 short novel The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe. In it, the protagonist Fortunato was so obsessed with finally tasting a cask of Amontillado, that he let his murderer lead him down into a vault and bury him alive. In a way, I was able to feel sorry for him; he was left to die, without being able to have a sip of his desired Amontillado. Continue reading “Montilla-Moriles | Part 2: Tales of Amontillado”