Let us go, nevertheless. The cold is merely nothing. Amontillado! You have been imposed upon. And as for Luchesi, he cannot distinguish Sherry from Amontillado. He doesnt care that he is sick he says lets go. He doesnt want Montresor to think that Luchesi is better than him in any way. Overall, Fortunato is too gullible because he is insisting to go down. He is too full pride and he thinks he is better than everyone else. Luchesi cannot tell Amontillado from Sherry. He is saying that Luchesi cant tell the two wines apart and that he is better than him.
Fortunate is saying that he would rather go then for Montresor to call Luchesi. He is an ignoramus, says Fortunato. He doesnt want to hear Montresor talk about Luchesi because he finds it insulting. He feels that he is better than that and Luchesi is nothing to him. Finally, Fortunato is too full of pride because whenever Luchesi is brought up he interrupts and starts talking about himself. I drink, Fortunato says to the buried that repose around us. Fortunato is an alcoholic because throughout this whole story he is a drunken mess. He keeps drinking and stumbles around.
Montresor tells him Drink, handing him a bottle. So Montresor is encouraging him getting drunk. Fortunato doesnt think anything of it and he keeps drinking. As Montresor is encouraging Fortunato to drink its because he is trying to get him drunk so that he can kill him. In conclusion, Fortunato is a gullible, full of pride, drunken mess throughout this story. In the end Fortunato gets walled up in a glitch within the vaults by Montresor. If Fortunato wasnt such a drunk he would have lived. Finally, Fortuanto should have thought better on his decisions.