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Essay | The Stoker/White Worm Parallel

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The Stoker/White Worm Parallel

Summary: Shows a parallel between Bram Stoker and his novel, "The Lair of The White Worm" through a cultural analysis of it.
As in many novels, the lives of these authors are reflected in their works. Their cultural and personal background as well as emotional, physical, and intellectual well-being is much displayed in the works of these phenomenal writers. One such author is Bram Stoker, also known as Abraham Stoker. Could it be that his novel, The Lair of the White Worm, is running a parallel with his life? Stoker's cultural background, imagination, and personal life have interlaced itself with the plot of his novel as well as the characters depicted in it.

Bram Stoker is an Irish writer, though he is commonly referred to as a British writer due to the fact of his works being written and published during his life in Britain. Beforehand, Bram Stoker studied at the University of Dublin in Ireland, also his birthplace. After a ten-year service as a civil servant...

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