Poe's Short Stories

What does the narrator think of himself? To whom might he be speaking?

The Cask of Amontillado

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He believes he is justified in what he has done; he seems to be telling his story to someone who has an interest in the narrator, perhaps even someone who will be judging him on the crime he has committed.