Narrative Organizer help needed for my English assignment

Jan 12th, 2016
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Parts 1 & 2 of the organizer are already done, so I need to complete parts 3 & 4 of the Narrative organizer BASED ON THE WORK COMPLETED ON PARTS 1 & 2. I am attaching my work and also the narrative organizer.

this is my work for parts 1 and 2:

Narrative Organizer


Part One

Directions: First, choose a topic.

Choose a Topic:


What happened before the story in “The Cask of Amontillado?”

I and Fortunato were two kids of the two neighboring families and the parents of these families were good friends as well. We used to go to school together, play together, and almost every extracurricular activity together. Time spent and we became two fully grown up young men. Left our parents’ homes to prove the skills and talent we had and started living in the town at parallel but still me and Fortunato used to meet and spend time with one another. I was a well-off guy with good savings from my work and had enough to spend good time but I was a bulky and fat person which was sometimes a reason for embarrassment in front of others. I never mentioned or expressed it but sometimes I used to feel upset when alone. Fortunato was a smart and handsome person but had sometimes let me to realize my fatness which was again not felt badly by me. Time flown and we became adults and still used to sit and have fun in the bars. We used to drink a lot whether alone or accompanied one another. I once asked Fortunato,

“Do you feel pride when people praise your handsome personality”, “Yes, indeed!” exclaimed by Fortunato.

This was the moment where I could say something about my sad and frustrated feelings when I was made realized by the people as well that I was an overweight but I stopped myself mysteriously and went on with no expressions vocally or physically. This was the strength of my nerves that held under control.

Parallel to my physical appearance, Fortunato was a little jealous from my goodwill and prestige in the community and the wine market where we used to sit together.

Fortunato used to find the chances where he could prove me wrong or let me feel inferior to Fortunato. Both of us were bibulous most of the day which used to ignite the gossips to the extent of superior/ inferior blame games.


Next, complete the graphic organizer by adding details to each section so that you are planning the details for your Narrative Essay.




Montresor and Fortunato families were neighbors and it happens that he meets with Fortunato in childhood which turns out to be a friendship between the two.

Both of them then go to the house of Fortunato where he plays with his friend.

Eventually, Montresor’s life changes and he gets to be wealthy but drunk as before.

Montresor acquires good amount of wealth but a very a bad drinker as well.

Montresor becomes more addictive drinker due to the reason Fortunato torments him. In the continuation of drinking, he over-drinks incidentally and is taken away to the hospital.

In the loneliness of the hospital bed, he realizes his mistakes and wants to restart his life as fresh but with decency and resumes his life in a good manner.

Being unsuccessful in his commitment, he comes back to his drinking routine and becomes poor again.

Montresor still feels uneasy with Fortunato due to his bullying and decides to fix his personality up by quitting the bad habit of drinking.

Montresor fixes up his problematic life and gives full attention to his life.

Montresor quits insane drinking and becomes a decent man.

Montresor is not the wealthy man anymore and is alone because Fortunato leaves him due to his poverty.

Montresor calculates his circumstances then that Fortunato is the reason of his too much drinking and losing of the money. He takes the revenge from Fortunato in a very brutal and merciless way by burying him alive.


Part Two

Directions: Write the introduction for your Narrative Essay, following the guidelines you were taught. The introduction should be approximately 150-200 words in length and may include dialogue.

Saddest Day of My Life

Everyone’s life is an amalgam of joys and sorrows so for me as well. My name is Bill and my father’s name is Adam Bright, he passed away on June 6th 2006 of brain hemorrhage. It was the afternoon when I came back from my school and was planning to go to play badminton but my father stopped me at the door and asked,

“Have you received the vehicle registration book for your bike?”

I casually said without knowing that these would be my last words with my dad in his and my life,

“Dad! Let me come back from the badminton, then I will explain.”

I came back later in the evening and my father had gone to bed earlier than the normal. I left for my friend’s home where I planned to spend the night. It was exactly 3 am and was sleeping at the same friend’s house when my cell phone rang and I picked up surprisingly because I was supposed to receive a wakeup call from my mother at 6 o’clock not at 3:00 am. I picked up the call with an unknown fear in a faraway corner of my heart. That fear struck my ear’s diaphragm in the form of the voice of my brother who said that sentence without giving any pauses,

“Bill! Come back home instantly, Papa has passed away”

It was the earliest but saddest morning wakeup call I had ever heard with my ears and opened up my eyes with. I could not say anything and became silent until his burial. I went back

home with tumbling legs and saw my unbreathing father lying on the ground. I remember and recall that 06/06/06 day as the saddest day of my life.


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