Dracula, By Bram Stoker

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After reading the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker, we learn many things about the style of writing he used to capture the reader’s attention. We also learned about the main ideas Stoker brought in his writing, like how evil is all around us and how when humans join together, they could overcome the evil. In addition, he also describes the protagonist of the story and the way it behaves throughout the whole story and how it gets involved with all the characters. Last but not least, Stoker shows the reader what he used as a symbol to defeat evil, which helped developed the outcome of the novel.
I think Bram Stoker decided to write the novel about Dracula as a result of one of his experiences with that supernatural when he was a child. According to Stoker, in the novel Dracula, he explains how in a certain day all the evil spirits come out to the human world and take control of it. “It is the eve of St. George’s Day. Do you know that to-night, when the clock strikes midnight, all the evil things in the world will have full sway”(4). Until this day there are many people that believe on the supernatural and how humans are getting more involved with it. One example could be Halloween, many people believe during this day all bad spirits come out and that’s why people get dressed or wear difficult costumes to blend with all the spirits. Stoker also adds by mentioning, “This gave me a sort of shock, for what I suppose the general superstition about midnight was increased by my recent…

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