In Dracula, is the Victorian view of women helpful or not to the characters?
The Victorian view of women is largely not helpful to the characters in Dracula. This sense of women as domestic, largely asexual, and to be protected (and not educated/trained) leaves the men unwary for the threat posed by the three female vampires, or, indeed, for the kind of sexual temptation they pose.
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