Dracula Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Dracula.
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Dracula: Exposing Human Weaknesses and Limitations

Summary: Examines the Bram Stoker novel, Dracula. Discusses how Stoker exposes human weaknesses in the novel. Explains how Stoker uses the novel to display the struggle for absolute power over the physical realm.
Dracula is a superb 19th century novel which deserves the recognition it has gained today. It consistently deals with the strength of a vampire, whose atrocities reflect the dark underside of a supremely moralistic age, allowing Bram Stoker to expose humanity's weaknesses and limitations. This essay will firstly discuss how the invasion of privacy supplements human instabilities. Secondly, it will look at how the transition between the ancient age and the modern age reflect human weaknesses. Finally, this essay will examine the human limitations through the struggle for power over the physical realm.

The invasion of privacy supplements human instabilities. The Freudian concept of houses being one's persona is frequently discussed in Dracula, particularly concerning Mina and Lucy. The scenes depicting the rape and violation of these two women focus on windows. The windows are like the eyes of a body, and by allowing...

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