The moral of The Masque of the Red Death is that, no one can escape death. Death is inevitable.
There is no moral. The narrator was expressing his eternal pain for his lost lover Lenore.
No matter how hard you try, you can not evade death. It is imminent.
dont kill anything
The Moral lesson of the clock is that time runs out in life and when it dose there death is waiting. Observe the time my son and flee from Sin.
The Mask of the Red Death is an allegory. An allegory is a story with a lesson, hidden message or dual meaning, like the Tortoise and the Hare. This type of story can have not only a literal message but also a moral, spiritual, political, or symbolic message. Perhaps the lesson here is that you should never ignore the inevitable. or maybe that everyone will die-whether it is gruesome like Edgar Allan Poe wants it to be or not.
None whatsoever. The story is called the Pit and the Pendulum
you can't. the moral of the story is you can't out run death shown by how the king locked himself, and everyone else in the castle to avoid the plague.
nothing is a secret forever the tell tale heartJust tell the truth...... _ J. K. Tuliao
No matter how hard you try to ignore the passing of time, and the bad things in life, the still problems are still there. You cant ignore it because there is nothing you can do about it.
well, he was a poetPoe is credited for being the master and father of modern horror and suspense. He influenced many authors; such as Stephen King. His stories also have great morals like in "Mask of the Red Death" by EAP when all the rich and powerful people die. The moral is that nobody can escape death regardless of social class or riches and that death is blind.
Edgar Allen poe is an amazing author. I think he did not imply a moral to the story. I think this because, he said he was wronged, but he never said what Montressor did to him. So he tries to not let you be on either one of their sides.
the moral is that you can never ran away from death