The Masque of the Read Death

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The Masque of the Read Death Prince Prospero decided to have a spectacular masquerade ball tonight and he invited all the knights and ladies to the party. The party takes place in a suite of seven rooms; the easternmost room is decorated in blue, with blue stained-glass windows. The next room is purple with the same stained-glass window pattern. The rooms continue westward, according to this design, in the following color arrangement: green, orange, white, and violet. The seventh room is black, this room looks like death, is awfully creepy; it got dark black walls and scarlet red window, and an ebony clock which chimes so eerily every hour, its sound is so loud and distracting that everyone stops talking and the band stops playing. When the clock is not sounding, though, the rooms are so beautiful and seem to be filled with
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Unformatted text preview: dreams and joy. We avoid going into the black room because it contains both the clock and an ominous ambience. Anyway, the party was fun and everybody have good time. At midnight a guest no one had seen before, wearing a scandalous costume. He dress as a corpse, who died of the Red Death, he looks awful and freaks me out, and he walk through the rooms. When Prince saw that guest, he is furious and follows him. They pass the rooms, heading toward the black room. But as Prince Prospero reaches the edge of the black room, the corpselike guest suddenly turn around to fact him, Prince Prospero falls to the ground, dead. The crowd shocked, we are all in horror and frighten. And one by one the guests around me die, spilling their blood all over the room; I felt the sharp pains and sudden dizziness…...
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor John during the Spring '11 term at Simons Rock.

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