The Masque Of The Red Death Compare And Contrast

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Unclassified things are more powerful than those that are defined. In stories we expect to be told who the characters truly are. The Masque of the Red Death doesn’t define who the Red Death is, a disease or human. The Red Death shows no mercy; he kills many people and the happiness of the country. Similar in The Lady or the Tiger, the author doesn’t specifically define who the accused man opens the door to, the lady or the tiger. The Lady is willing to try to save the man and the Tiger only attacks if it is starving. The important of what is defined and undefined can be in the lives of people of different personalities, undefined things, and the people than can change everything. To begin with, these characters have different personalities compared to each other. The Red Death kills people as a disease and a human, and consequently they kill the happiness in the country. He could’ve wanted the power that the Royals have, which could’ve been one of his motives for killing people and the prince. The Red Death wanted death among the people, while the Lady …show more content…

In The Masque of the Red Death, the Red Death could be a killer or a disease. They have been conspired to be “Darkness and Decay and the Red Death. “ Each word means something different. Moreover, The Darkness could be the killer, the Decay could be the disease, and the Red Death would be them as a whole. In a different point of view they could be one thing that have started from another, rather than being separate things. In the story of The Masque of the Red Death, a person went “so far as to assume the type of the Red Death,” in which they referred to it as an individual. The Red Death could’ve started the disease and could’ve showed no symptoms, while also being the killer. With the Red Death being the start of the disease he could kill people since he wouldn’t get the disease, unless he wasn’t an Asymptotic

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