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In "The Cask of Amontillado," what does the narrator's attitude toward his servants reveal about his view of humanity? I'm stuck on this question, as he could be seen as crafty and not wanting people to know what he's doing, or caring and not wanting innocent people to be involved...and many other interpretations. What is my English teacher probably look for?

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