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Purple is when you were a toddler and the green means tween to letting your self-bloom.
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Jones 2 In additional, imagery is shown in Edgar Allan Poe's story to give the reader a deeper understanding and image of the story. "No pestilence had ever been so fatal or so hideous. Blood was its avatar and its seal - the redness and the horror of blood. There were sharp pains, and sudden dizziness, and then profuse bleeding at the pores, with dissolution". (111 Short Stories). The words Edgar Allan Poe uses to describe the scenes in his stories are amazing and intelligent. Edgar Allan Poe's style of writing is used to put a little movie in your head, so you can imagine the story from a certain perspective; like if you were the reader you can picture it in your head happening. The quote was used to influence more of the imagery using the words hideous, blood, redness, sharp pains and bleeding at the pores. These words are key words In Edgar Allan Poe's stories. Furthermore, theme is shown in Edgar Allan Poe's story to represent the mood and tone of the story. “Prince Prospero entertained his thousand friends at a masked ball of the most unusual magnificence”. “There were buffoons, there were improvisatory, there were ballet dancers, there were musicians, there was beauty, and there was wine. All these and security
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