Masque of the Red Death

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Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Literature
Grade:
8

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Masque of the Red Death

SymbolsPrince Prospero- Prince Prospero symbolizes wealth or prosperityRed Death- Red Death symbolizes the inevitability of deathEbony Clock- The ebony clock symbolized how much time the people had left to liveSeven Differently Colored Rooms- The seven differently colored rooms symbolizes the circle of lifeThe Castle- The castle represented a safe place for Prince Prospero and his friends to stay and "avoid" the Red Death.

ThemeThe theme of "Masque of the Red Death" is that death is inevitable no matter how much money or power you have

CharactersPrince Prospero is a main character. Prince Prospero is an arogant man who thinks he can escape death just because he has a castle and money.Another main character is Red Death. Red Death is a death that kills everyone.

Setting"Masque of the Red Death" takes place in the castle of Prince Prospero. Prince Prospero brings all of this friends into the castle to have a party because he thinks they have escaped death.Another important setting is the black room. The black room is where Prince Prospero tried to kill Red Death but in the end it was Prince Prospero who gets killed by Red Death.

ConflictThe conflict of this story is Prince Prospero thinks he can escape death with his wealth and power.

Masque of the Red Death

ResolutionThe resolution of "Masque of the Red Death" is that Prince Prospero and his friends die becuase of Red Death.

MoodThe mood of "Masque of the Red Death" is terrified.

Major EventsPrince Prosper throws a party for him and his friends because he thinks they can't escape death.The ebony clock chimes after every hour, until everyone is dead. Everyone acknowledges that Red Death is in the room.Prince Prospero chases Red Death into the black room and tries to kill it.Red Death kills Prince Prospero.Prince Prospero kills Prince Prospero's friends.


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