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Title: The Masque Of The Red Death: The Red Death Vs. Aids

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Subject: Book Reports
Author: Beatrice B
Date: February 12, 2016
Level: College
Grade: A
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To many people of the time it was considered "evil" . In Edgar Allen Poe's "Masque of the Red Death" Poe uses a representation of the "evil red death" to strike horror in the hearts of his readers. Prince Prospero and his company very much underestimated the power of the Red Death, by thinking that because they were of a higher class, the Red Death could not harm them...

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This has been many people's way of thinking throughout the ages. In the movie "And the Band Played On" the disease of AIDS was just being dealt with, and like the people of the eighteenth century people's mentality was that "it just can't happen to them", and it turns out that it comes back to "haunt them"...

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