Dracula literary analysis essay

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In the 1897 Gothic horror novel, Dracula , the author, Bram Stoker , an Irish author from the mid- to late-19th century, introduces the most famous vampire character of all time, Count Dracula. When Jonathan Harker , a lawyer, travels to Transylvania to help Count Dracula with legal business, he does not know that the Count is a vampire, nor can he foresee what will happen. Dracula starts targeting Jonathan Harker's friends and associates, starting with Lucy Westenra , a lady friend of Harker's who is pursued by many men, who Dracula turns into a vampire. Then, Dracula feeds his own blood to Harker's wife so he can control her. Jonathan Harker and his friends are forced to hunt Dracula down and kill him with a knife through his heart. Even though one of their friends dies in the process, this horror novel ends on a happy note: Jonathan Harker and his wife, Mina, have a new baby, whom they name after their friend who died.

Dracula literary analysis essay

dracula literary analysis essay


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