Please Help! Comparison on Masque of Red Death & Fall of the house of usher!!greenspun.com : LUSENET : The Work of Edgar Allan Poe : One Thread
Please help me, I have to do a compare and contrast essay on "The masque of the Red death" and "the fall of the house of usher". Any comparisons or contrasts between the two stories would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!
-- Anonymous, March 24, 2002
in the end everyone dies. no matter what they couldn't escape death.
-- Anonymous, April 01, 2002
in both poems the caructures are trying to hide, to run away from death.
-- Anonymous, April 11, 2002
simple answer , the cahericters try to hide from death, and well it doesn't work
-- Anonymous, March 18, 2003
The settings are differant, one is in a carnival\party and the other is in a dreary old cursed house. In the Masque of Red Death it is a plague and the safe zone is inside and in the fall of the house of Usher out side is the safe zone and it is a curse.
-- Anonymous, April 13, 2003
Wow that Rachel or however you spell that name several ways to, can't spell if a grammar book had bit her in the ass. I am also looking for compare and contrast and found next to nothing here, Sarah came the closet, so keep posting people...
-- Anonymous, September 26, 2003
You are all a bunch of ignorant twits who can't spell. Go suck a monkeys pee wee.
-- Anonymous, September 29, 2003
yo...i give.. 1. Both stories. the caracters are trying to escape a disease. 2. in both stories the caracters are mad. 3 in both stories, the caracters try to do somthing to overcome the feeling of doom...in the red death its partying, in the fall its playing guitar, composing, and writing. 4, in both stories the outcome is DEATH u stpid bitch.. sincerely the teacher
-- Anonymous, October 23, 2003
do ya own work prick
-- Anonymous, November 26, 2003
May I ask As to why people with no real valid comments and nasty words are replying in ignorance. I think this is just for people who having something good to contribute to the effort. As for me, the Fall of the House of Usher concerns a man who is dying but not because of sin, while the prince and his party guest all die because of their arrogance and lack of compassion for the people who suffer. Make sense?
-- Anonymous, April 22, 2004