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Dracula by Bram Stoker Download ä 100 é Drácula O verdadeiro Drácula nasceu na Idade Média Sua vida se passou em castelos guerras e em prisões A arte de Bram Stoker nos conduz a uma atmosfera gótica de terror e mistério transformando a 'lenda tenebrosa' da narrativa histórica num marco da literatura mundial Stoker consegue levar o leitoDrácula O verdadeiro Drácula nasceu na Idade Média Sua vida se passou em castelos guerras e em prisões A arte de Bram Stoker nos conduz a uma atmosfera gótica de terror e mistério transformando a 'lenda tenebrosa' da narrativa histórica num marco da literatura mundial Stoker consegue levar o leitor às distantes paisagens da Transilvânia descrevendo suas escuras florestas onde os lobos se reúnem em alcatéias para caçar ao luar || Publicado originalmente em 1897 com inspiração em relat. this was all i could think about whenever they talked about dracula's dirt boxes lol an actual review the first half was waaaay interesting to me than the last half idk if that's weird basically once the plot line with lucy was finished i cared a lot less in the end it definitely was not what i expected but i'm still glad that i read this mostly just so that i can build up my horror cred but anyway

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Os do folclore romeno coletados por Stoker sobre a ocorrência de nosferatus ou mortos vivos e na infame saga do Príncipe Vlad III Drakulya 1431–147677 o filho do Dragão ou SerpenteDrac Voivoda Warlord da Valáuia e Transilvânia ue lutou contra os Turcos no Séc XV; alguns acreditam ue não fosse por ele com certeza o mapa da Europa seria diferente Ele foi imortalizado pela literatura reaparecendo cada vez a frente do seu tempo e encantando multidões|| O romance Drácula definiu o aruétipo. Managed to finish this Second time studying but first successful read throughI enjoyed it this time around mainly because I actually read the last uarter or so of the book which was the most enjoyable in my opinion

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Dracula by Bram StokDo vampiro moderno como o ser diabólico ue se alimenta do sangue de suas vítimas e tem poderes extraordinários Wikipedia 'Dracula is an 1897 Gothic horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker Famous for introducing the character of the vampire Count Dracula'' Além da significativa influência das fontes literárias em Drácula Lord Ruthwen o vampiro de John Polidori; Sir Francis Varney o vampiro de James Malcom Rymer e a Condessa Karnstein de J Sheridan Le Fanu são os ascendentes mais prováveis. Dracula is of course one of the most renowned horror stories and the most well known vampire novel Bram Stoker set the ground rules for what a vampire should be and set the benchmark for all other writers of the vampire afterwards Indeed if tyrannical villains are a necessity of Gothic fiction then Count Dracula is the father of all gothic villains in spite of it being one of the last Gothic fiction novels to be written It’s a work of genius that his presence is felt so strongly in the novel with him appearing in the flesh so rarely His face was a strong a very strong auiline with high bridge of the thin nose and peculiarly arched nostrils with lofty domed forehead and hair growing scantily round the temples but profusely elsewhere His eyebrows were very massive almost meeting over the nose and with bushy hair that seemed to curl in its own profusion The mouth so far as I could see it under the heavy moustache was fixed and rather cruel looking with peculiarly sharp white teeth These protruded over the lips whose remarkable ruddiness showed astonishing vitality in a man of his years For the rest his ears were pale and at the tops extremely pointed The chin was broad and strong and the cheeks firm though thin The general effect was one of extraordinary pallor The atmosphere of the novel is unmistakably gothic It is impossible to talk about Dracula without mentioning the Gothic; the two are one and the same The decaying castle in which the book begins is testimony to the eeriness that follows The damsel in distress motif appears uite often in Gothic literature and none so much as Dracula Mina and Lucy are both damsels at some point and even Harker himself can be seen as one at the start when he is rescued by his wife that has a “man’s brain” It’s uite a subversion of the standard gender roles at this point and uite funny really On initial inspection the plot of the book can be summed up in a few short sentences Dracula wishes to create vampires in Victorian London; his attempts are thwarted and he and his kind are exterminated But the novel is so much than that It represents Victorian fears and fancies; it is a comment on women’s position in society and underpins their sexual desires and perhaps fears It suggests a struggle between modernity and science with religion and superstition It harbours the effect of Darwinian thought on man as Dracula himself represent the idea of “survival of the fittest” The undertones of sexuality and disease that occur so freuently symbolise the time in which it was written Each one of these has been a topic for commentaries on Dracula and academic essays Indeed the extrinsic value of this novel is incredibly high Bram Stoker also explores the theme of sanity with many of his characters not just Renfield At some point every character wonders whether their dealings with the Count are born from some mental deficiency rather than a paranormal encountering with the villain This clashes the Victorian realism view with the paranormal events that occur in the novel There are also issues of identity and how this is affected by transgression It can further be seen as an allegory for religious redemption and a comment on colonisation I think I’ve said enough; if I say anything else I will break my “500 words a review” rule As you can probably tell I’m uite passionate about this book it is brilliant; at this point I can honestly say that Dracula is one of my favourite novels of all time I just love it I might even write my dissertation on it and Gothic Literature Dracula rules