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    In the novel "Dracula" by Bram Stoker There are many characters but there is only one specific character that stands out from the rest and that character is count Dracula, while the rest of the characters are good. Dracula is an evil person. Dracula kills for a living in order to survive but he is also the main point of the novel he is probably the most important character in the novel. But how can you tell Dracula is the most important character in the novel? Well, simply because Bram Stoker chose

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    made people fear them by terrifying his reader’s with his persona Dracula. The Count has been known to be a very complex character with many odd quirks and traits. Nowadays these have been changed or kept by our new generation of authors to fit different types of bloodsuckers, but Dracula has been the starting point for all. All vampires have the craving for the blood of humans. Without this blood they could not survive. In Dracula multiple vampires drank human blood, and one was even using children

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    Dracula, by Bram Stoker, is a classic tale of Gothicism. Traditionally, gothic tales only carried single theme of horror. Through Dracula, Stoker breaks this single theme barrier. The theme throughout Dracula is clearly displayed through the characters as they step from ignorance to realization in this tale of horror. The theme of ignorance is vital for this story. It is woven throughout and evident in all the characters. It is first displayed through the protagonist, John Harker. It is his innate

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    can also become animals usually a bat or a wolf. On the contrary vampires do have their weaknesses, and are able to be eliminated; stake through the heart, fire, direct sunlight, and are weakened by crucifixes, holy water, and garlic. In the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker, he illustrates through the text how creepy the a vampire can be, in his novel he also shows how Dra...

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    Dracula Author: Bram Stoker (1847-1912), a fan and friend of the playwright Henry Irving, he wrote dramatic criticism and glowing reviews of Irving's work for the local papers and finally became business manager of Henry Irving's Lyceum Theatre. During these years he wrote his greatest novel, Dracula. Stoker wrote numerous novels, short stories, essays, and lectures, but Dracula is by far his most famous work and perhaps the most well known horror novel. Summery: Jonathan Harker, a young English

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    Dracula is the nightmare many have and fail to forget. A creature that sucks blood, with the persona to match. Steel vise, the infamous cape, the complete Gothic black attire, he is a creature of mystery, fear, and confusion. "He was very pale, and his eyes seemed bulging out as, half in terror and half in amazement, he gazed at a tall, thin man, with a beaky nose and black moustache and pointed beard..." (Stoker 274) Author Bram Stoker’s character Dracula is examined to portray a direct representation

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    result of using laws to fairly judge and punish crimes and criminals” (Justice). In the two books, Dante’s Inferno and Stoker’s Dracula, different levels of fairness and morality. Dante’s Inferno tells the story of many souls who were condemned to the afterlife in Hell. In Stoker’s Dracula, Dracula is followed by a group who are trying to bring justice to the monster Dracula. This essay will analyze the two texts on how justice is portrayed on the author’s writing and character's actions. In Dante’s

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    submission. Hyper-exaggeration would make it appear that England had intentionally colonized Ireland with the intent of ruining their culture. Bram Stoker’s Dracula looks at these three events from the perspective of an entity that no one doubt’s is evil. Dracula is a representation of the kind of evil that likes to watch the world burn. Dracula instigates all of these events for the joy of watching what happens afterward. According to author Mathias Clasen a vampire “is a supercharged predator,

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    many types of literature, violence exists to enhance the readers interest in order to add a sense of excitement or conflict to a novel. This statement withholds much truthfulness due to the fact that without violence in a piece of literature such as Dracula by Bram Stoker, the plot would not have the same impact if it was lacking violence. Dracula's power and evilness led to the violent happenings which began with the conflict of Jonathan's inner struggle, as compared to the conflict which blossomed

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    solicitor clerk making a journey to Transylvania at he behest of a client Count Dracula. Jonathan starts making entries in his journal on May 3. He leaves Munich and arrives at Vienna Budapest. He stops at Hotel Royale, where he has dinner but his night is restless as he has queer dreams. He starts out again in the morning boarding the train at Bistritz. As directed by the Count, he goes to Golden Krone Hotel, where Dracula gives him a letter. On May 4, his next entry tells about the fear on the faces