Literary Elements Of Bram Stoker 's Dracula

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Vampire stories are full of mystery and suspense and also very interesting, but did you know that the story of Dracula has plenty of literary elements that better help the reader analyze and understand the story better than before. Dracula is a Vampire/Victorian book that expresses a lot of elements for example: symbolism. Literary terms are terms used to discuss, classify, and analyze novels, poetry, and books like Dracula. These terms are the most important aspects in a piece of work. Throughout the book: Dracula many terms are present to discuss or classify the author’s work that will lift the reader knowledge. Literary terms convey the writer’s message in a simple manner to the readers. In Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the use of literary…show more content…
These gothic elements are elements that represent the dark features of the book that are happening to Jonathan and what he is going through.
Round characters are throughout the story and all play a significant role during the story. Jonathan, Mina, and Dr.Seward are all round characters that make a significant impact on the story. The round characters play a significant and impactful part, throughout the story. For example, when Mina Harker was in the process of becoming a vampire in Chapter 26 she guides and helps the group consisting of Jonathan, Mina, Seward, Vanhelsing, Arthur, and Quincey Morris track down Dracula so they can have the jump on him. “All day long we have traveled...” (Stoker 393). This shows that Mina has given them information on Dracula and join them in the journey. They find and kill him to set Mina soul free. Dr. Seward was a Doctor who helped Mina and Lucy to save one of their lives. The quote shows that round characters play a big part in the story. Jonathan develops throughout the story. It proves round’s play a major role throughout the book even though some may not even notice. But they play a role that can change up the whole story. The round character has to develop like Mina did.
Romantic relations/conventions are showed during the duration of the story. There are many things that Jonathan encounters, but he writes in his journal that he was part of some sort of “queer dream”. Jonathan experiences a queer dream as part of a
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