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  • Elizabeth Bathory Vs. Iago

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    The reason why I chose Elizabeth Bathory as my evil character instead of Iago is because. She was a dangerous serial killer back in the 16th century. She would also use her victims blood to soak in the tub. But Iago all Iago did was try and sabotage a lot of people. Now I’ll tell you some facts about each character to, show you who is more evil. Elizabeth Bathory went through a lot at a young age.She was forced to be married at the age of fifthteen. She a had married Ferenc Nádasdy, the son of Baron

  • Essay Countess Elizabeth Bathory: Serial Killer

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    With the complexity and brutality of her crimes, Elizabeth Bathory is known as the most sadistic and prolific serial killer in the world; even more so, she stands out because she is a female that is rare: especially in the Elizabethan Era. Bathory was believed to have been responsible for the murders of 600 virgin girls. She was certain that a drop of blood would make her look youthful again, but was convinced that bathing in the blood of girls who were virgins would take years off her. Because

  • Elizabeth Bathory: The World's Most Extreme Female Serial Killer

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    Elizabeth Bathory, one of the world’s most extreme and terrifying female serial killers. Many people know her by name or at least know of her crimes. The tales of her obsession with blood and beauty inspired a whole gothic nation to create a new look for an old monster, but what can one say is truth or myth? Who was Elizabeth Bathory and what lead her to kill close to 650 young girls? Elizabeth Bathory, also known by the name Erzsebet, was born on August 7th in the year 1560, to Baron George Bathory

  • Significance Of Dracula

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    died, which was on August 21, 1614. Like Dracula, Elizabeth was well educated and she was taught to read and write in several different languages, including the language of the peasants. Like Count Dracula, Elizabeth Bathory’s status as a noble person gave her almost complete control over the peasants who lived in the villages she controlled. Elizabeth Bathory was able to bring young girls into her castle by offering food and money ("Elizabeth Bathory" 0:6:17-0:7:00), but when these girls never returned

  • Significance Of Vlad The Third Or Vlad The Impaler

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    died, which was on August 21, 1614. Like Dracula, Elizabeth was well educated and she was taught to read and write in several different languages, including the language of the peasants. Like Count Dracula, Elizabeth Bathory’s status as a noble person gave her almost complete control over the peasants who lived in the villages she controlled. Elizabeth Bathory was able to bring young girls into her castle by offering food and money ("Elizabeth Bathory" 0:6:17-0:7:00), but when these girls never returned

  • The Role Of The Mother Figure In Dracula

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    However, it is not only the women in the narrative that besmirch the mother figure. Dracula himself defiles the image of motherhood when he not only "births" the texts vampires, but he also gives blood to Mina in one of the more gruesome scenes of the novel: Kneeling on the near edge of the bed facing outwards was the white-clad figure of [Mina]. By her side stood a tall, thin man, clad in black. His face was turned from us, but the instant we saw we all recognized the Count […]. With his left hand

  • Erzebet Bathony Essay

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    In 1560 Erzebet Bathory was born into one of the oldest – and wealthiest – families in Transylvania. Her ancestors had assisted Vlad Dracule during his rise to power; other relatives went on to become cardinals, princes, Prime Ministers, and King of Poland. She was a healthy, energetic child, a quality found to be unique for someone of her social status. She was also vain, often boasting of her fresh complexion that she believed was her best feature. Well educated, Erzebet was able to both read and

  • Book Report On As Seeking Names A Con Artist's Masquerade

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    Over the course of reading Assuming Names: A Con Artist's Masquerade, I learned different characteristics about the personality of the main character - Tanya Thompson. Using the knowledge of what her interests are, I have gathered five books I believe would appeal to her charming personality. Adrenaline by Jeff Abbott is a fiction story belonging to the Sam Capra Series. I believe my character, Tanya Thompson, would love this book because she is a complete adrenaline junky. From lying about her identity

  • Elizabeth Essay example

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    Shekar Kapur did an outstanding job bringing the history of Elizabeth, one of England’s greatest monarchs, to the screen in a modern way. Yet to understand Elizabeth’s rise to power, one must understand the reign of her family. Her father, Henry VIII, at the time a Catholic, was famous not only for his reign but also for marrying six wives. While married to his first wife, Catherine, only one of their seven children survived, Mary Tudor. Wanting to produce a male heir and for the sake of convenience

  • Case Study Guide

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    walking I phone my dad, I ask him to come by next week after work to check on his wife in my absence. “Sure. Just give her a heads up. She doesn’t like it when I show up unannounced.” “I will.” Then I follow with, “By the way, did you ever see Elizabeth at the gym or when you played tennis?” “No. Why?” “Graydon said his wife had an affair. I wondered if it was someone…” “Goddammit, Nora. When will you wake up and ditch this guy? His wife has disappeared and is most likely dead.” “What? How can

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