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    we die for those who have committed crimes or have not been buried properly, we become the other, the supernatural or ultimately the undead. The most common of which is the vampire. One of the most known vampires from literature is Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’ (1897) who is portrayed as a blood thirty, emotionless monster, which is the idea most often portrayed in folklore. This is a stark contrast from Anne Rice’s (1976) portal of a “” . The traditional idea of a monstrous creature who haunts the night

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    Dracula And Dracula

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    mostly because of how strange and different they are from us, also known as “The Other.” The ideas of suspense, monstrous or scary beings, and “The Other” shown throughout Pride and Prejudice and Zombies were all influenced by the classic novel Dracula, written by Bram Stoker. The idea of suspense is represented differently depending on what the movie or novel is about. Movies that have characters that are considered to be fictional would more likely have stronger suspense than a movie that has

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    purpose of writing this paper was, to explain how vampires, have been influenced by Bram Stroker’s Dracula novel. As well how Dracula and vampires have influenced the Victorian era and gothic genre. The process that this paper and I have gone through, was a mesmerizing one. I’ve learned so much more about vampires and why they were created in the Victorian era. As well the impact that the original Dracula had back then and now. The difficult part of this journey was the choosing of the prompt. I wanted

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    how Van Helsing is still Dracula’s antagonist and becomes the leader of a group to destroy Dracula for loved ones and humanity. Although, in the movie such as Twilight and the Underworld trilogy, the common enemy for vampires were werewolves. In the movies, they were enemies or rivalries to see who was better, but at the end of each movie the enemies came together to fight another enemy such as another group of vampires or humans. Then they won the fights together, and stayed allies but different

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    CPT Formal Essay Dracula: Lucy, Mina, and the Similarities & Differences Between Them Dracula, a novel which had originally been written by Bram Stoker in 1897, is commonly classified as a ‘horror novel’ by the majority of its readers. However, when putting the novel through further analysis, the various symbols and themes of sexuality which the novel contains are brought to the notice of its readers, despite them being easily overlooked by their readers the first time the novel might be read

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    Dracula

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    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

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    Dracula is the infamous vampire that readers were first introduced to by Irish author Bram Stoker in 1897 when they read his novel Dracula (Stoker). The author conveys the story of Count Dracula, a mysterious being that is half man, half vampire that sucks blood from the neck of his victims to stay alive (Stoker). This novel is an outstanding masterpiece of work, which is why it has been a prototype for various movie releases over the decades, such as Nosferatu, Horror of Dracula, Dracula A Love Story

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    Dracula is one of the first famous vampire books. Although it is famous for its time, modern day vampire stories have produced some of the bestselling TV shows, books, and movies. Dracula laid the foundation down for these modern day stories to rise to popularity. If you have read Dracula and seen one of these new stories, then you can see a lot of similarities in both stories. These modern day stories share many traits as the book Dracula, but most of the stories have their differences. This

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    Dracula: The Victorian Vampire When you think of Dracula, do you think of the bloodstained creature or the sophisticated stalker of the night that symbolizes the Victorian era? Dracula was a gothic novel heavily influenced by the folklore of vampires of the past and Vlad the Impaler, a strict ruler of Wallachia, leading to Dracula’s cruel mannerisms. Another large contributor to Dracula was also the stern Victorian era standards, the era in which Bram Stoker composed the classic. Therefore, the

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    information and old European folktales to create famous Gothic novels like Dracula; Before writing Dracula, he studied for eight years stories of vampires. The title of Stoker’s story has historical significance to Vlad Dracul the 3rd, a Wallachian ruler who impaled his victims on stakes. Bram Stoker also was influenced by his lifetime, before the publication of Dracula, Gothic and Epistolary novels were on the rise hence why Dracula is classified as both. Stoker’s life as a Victorian can be seen in his

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