Essay analyzing The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allen Poe
<Tab/>In The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allen Poe there are three important symbols that relate to ordinary life in many ways. The seven chambers in which the masque was held all represent seven different things. The ebony clock in the black chamber also represents an important thing, and the same goes for the Red Death itself. The Prince Prospero was the ruler of a kingdom, and a disease known as the Red Death plagued this kingdom. To avoid contracting the disease himself he abandoned his people and invited a thousand knights, courtiers and ladies to come to one of his…
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