Masque of the Red Death
By sbard2016, Updated
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Masque of the Red Death Room #1
Who dares insult us with this blasphemous mockery?
Masque of the Red Death Room #4
Where's this masked theif???
Masque of the Red Death Room #7
The first room in they story is covered in blue. The walls and tapestry show this, as the meaning behind the color represents birth and the beginning stage of life. In the story, the blue room is where Prince Prospero sees the masked thief for the first time. He gets angry and screams to capture him. This shows that room one is the starting point to a deadly downfall.
Room 4 is considered the orange room that is furnished and lightened with a tint of this color. The symbol of this room is the summer and autumn of life. This is about half way through the life cycle; Prince Prospero madly rushes through this apartment trying to search for the runaway man. He dashes from room to room with a dagger in hand, ready to strike at any second.
The last apartment in the story is arguably the most important because it represents a lot. The black room is symbolizes death and the last stage in life. This is why it is the last room in the sequence. Prince Prospero rushes to drive the dagger into the man, but suddenly, falls and is quickly taken by death. The dagger lays by his side as he sprawls on the floor; the man is lurking in the background. This room is the symbol of evil and misery.
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