17 Oct 2009

Essays on Dracula

Dracula is the story about a vampire who falls in love with a woman and the story to stop him from claiming her as his next victim.  A young lawyer, Jonathan Harker,  flies to Transylvania in order to finish a real estate deal with the eccentric Count Dracula.  During what he thinks is an innocent conversation, he ends up falling into a trap and letting Dracula know about his love, Nina.  While Harker is a prisoner in Dracula’s castle, a friend of Nina, Lucy, becomes ill as she becomes the victim of the vampire.  A mysterious man introducing himself as Dr. Van Helsing arrives in order to try and help Lucy survive and turns out to be a well revered vampire hunter.

Dracula is written by Bram Stoker.  Stoker is a well renowed Irish writer.  It was said that Broker might have gotten his inspiration for Dracula from another vampire book called Carmilla.  He was siblings to six other children and suffered a great deal from chronic childhood ailments.  Reaching adulthood, Stoker befriended the famous actor Henry Irving and was hired by him to manage Irving’s theatre.  This job led him into London’s inner circle of literary giants such as Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

In the novel, the main character relationships are between Dracula and Jonathan Harkins.  Harkins becomes the prisoner of Dracula.  Dracula uses the knowledge gained from Harkins to approach Jonathan’s love, Nina, but becomes infatuated with Nina’s friend, Lucy, whom he is determined to make immortal by making her a vampire as well.  All seems lost until the mysterious Dr. Van Helsing appears and begins educating them all on just who … and what … Count Dracula really is.

Dracula is a classic tale of the battle between good and evil.  The girl Lucy is the epitome of innocence threatened by the seduction of evil, represented in the novel by Dracula himself.    It is a mix of traditional horror mixed with rather obscure religious connotations, represented by Helsing.  Helsing acts as the savior in the novel, sacrificing himself to save the girl Lucy from becoming evil’s next victim.

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