The Portrayal Of Red Death In Allan Poe’s Masque Of The Red Death
‘The Masque of the Red Death” written by Edgar Allan Pole, is about a plague known as the Red Death that spreads through the fourteenth Century of Europe. Prince Prospero accumulated 1000 healthy young people, mostly nobility that covered up with him inside a stronghold from the Red Death – a shocking disease that in just a couple of hours would cause immense bleeding and death. A pandemic is a worldwide outbreak of disease, which is currently occuring around the world today.The infection that causes COVID-19 is contaminating people and spreading effectively from individual to-individual. Cases have been confirmed in many countries worldwide and community spread is being identified in a developing number of countries. This essay will compare The Masque of the Red Death and what is happening nowadays with the Coronavirus.
The recent pandemic outbreak began in Wuhan, a city in the Hubei province of China. Ever since this outbreak of coronavirus, there have been many cases in which people have been diagnosed and even caused death. This virus not only causes the public to social distance themselves, but to also prevent them from going out to any grocery store or just going outside in general. The virus is a sort of coronavirus, a group of viruses that can cause illnesses such as a cold, severe intense respiratory disorder and Middle East respiratory disorder (Madhi). The vast majority of people with the COVID-19 disease will encounter mellow to direct respiratory illness and recuperate without requiring a special treatment. As for older individuals, and those with basic clinical issues like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory sickness, and cancer are bound to create serious illness and cause death.
In the short story The Masque of the Red Death, there has also been a similar outbreak pandemic like the Coronavirus, called the Red Death. The Red Death has struck the nation. It’s incredibly lethal, extremely frightful, and it’s as of now killed off a large portion of the kingdom. Prince Prospero, doesn’t appear to think about his poor, dying people. Rather, he chooses to let the kingdom deal with itself while he and a thousand of his preferred knights and women locked themselves up in a castle to have one endless gathering. Wine, ladies, music, moving, fools—Prospero’s castle has everything. After the last visitor enters, nobody else can get in. The Prince has welded the entryways closed. That implies nobody can get out, either. Like this, due to the effect of the coronavirus, it has come to a point where people are restricted to come out of their homes. If they are out and about, they are taking a risk of catching the virus. This has led to also having a limit of what someone can buy at the store such as food, water, milk, etc..
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