The Masque Of The Red Death Analysis

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Everyone know we born and later we die. But between them there is more. The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe represent the Seven Stages of Life with seven rooms. The first room is the blue room. It represents the birth. The blue room is furthest to the east “in blue-and vividly blue were its windows” (76). Usually is the east the direction associated with “beginning”, and birth, because the sun rises in the east. After the birth started the time to growth up. That’s way the purple room is the next “The second chamber was purple in its ornaments and tapestries, and here the panes were purple” (76). Purple is a combination of blue and red. Blue represent the birth and red is associated with life and intensity. So, the purple room represent the childhood.…show more content…
Colored is the Room in green “The third was green throughout, and so were the casements” (76), which represent the spring . The “spring” in your life is when you’re teenager. Everything change when you come from the winter time to spring. The same is with human when they grow up and come from the childhood time to the teenager time. All blossoms and grows. And the same is going again when you come to the young adult time. It is the “summer and autumn” of a human life. It is represented with the orange room “The fourth was furnished and lighted with orange” (76). I think you can compered good with summer and autumn, because the summer and autumn is associated with

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