Unformatted text preview: real. 4. Does the author expect the reader to make an emotional connection to the story? Explain your answer. Personally I do believe that he expects the readers to be able to make that emotional connection within the story. One reason as I mentioned earlier is how he makes the characters seem like real people. He did that through the use of irony, if he took the time to do that I do believe he would of wonted us to be able and make a connection. 5. Think back to the events that take place in "The Cask of Amontillado," and think about the attitudes and actions of the characters. Now, write a theme statement for "The Cask of Amontillado." After reading the story there are more than one theme that can be taken away. But the one that I saw or connected with the most was that of freedom. What the cost was for freedom, in this case is showed one must die for another to be truly free. So the theme is what the true cost for freedom is....
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