Dracula Essay | Analysis of the Characters in "Dracula"

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Analysis of the Characters in "Dracula"

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the characters in "Dracula."
Dracula

With hands like a steel vise to crush whatever he fancies, Dracula is an old-fashioned nightmare. A long, white moustache, and black from head to toe adorn his mysterious and commanding body. Dracula never eats, and never sleeps....well, not like we do anyway. He is the bearer of all the evil in the world and full of fake hospitality. HE is the one responsible for Lucy's death.

Jonathan Harker

Naive is the only word I can think of to even begin to describe Jonathan's character, or lack thereof. Underdeveloped in every which way, who in their right mind would continue to stay in an ancient gothic mansion with a vampire after they've realized that the vampire is planning their demise? Jonathan's love for his wife Mina on the other hand shines throughout the entire story. He waits and counts the days to...

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