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  • Bram Stoker
    Your mention of Bram Stoker and vampirism lead me to conclude that you are looking for changes in the depiction of vampires since the publication of Dracula. Perhaps the greatest degree of change...

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  • Bram Stoker
    Bram Stoker was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland and later moved to London, England. Bram Stoker was born on November 8, 1847, in Marino Crescent, Dublin, Ireland. Bedridden in his youth, he...

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  • Dracula
    Arguably, Harker is very different at the end of the novel after his experiences with Count Dracula and what Mina suffers compared to at the end. The novel forces him to confront certain aspects of...

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  • Dracula
    I think that Dracula's being can be seen as liminal in several ways. On one hand, he is free to move wherever he wishes and has total freedom. However, he is bound to being housed in earth from...

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  • Dracula
    I think that this is one of the defining elements of Stoker's work. It seems to me that there is a clear division between what represents salvation and what represents condemnation. Dracula seems...

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  • Dracula
    Stoker has created a narrative in which geography, the role of location, is vitally important. It is location that represents elements of good or evil. Transylvania and London are immediate...

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  • Dracula
    I think that the initial description of Dracula's physical representation helps to conjure up the image in the reader's mind of "the other" or something not of this world. It is in these terms in...

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  • Dracula
    I think that Renfield's extremes are dependent on Dracula's condition because he has placed his stock in Dracula. Being Dracula's servant, whatever Renfield yearns will only be accomplished if his...

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  • Dracula
    In terms of the novel's characterization and construction, I do not suspect Morris, Seward, or Holmwood in being on Dracula's side. The commitment they have made to one another in defeating him...

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