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Dracula and Reality

Summary: In his gothic novel Dracula, Bram Stoker accurately incorporated the knowledge of the Victorian Era. His use of credible Victorian knowledge of science, medicine, superstitions, and psychology captured his audience and enabled them to place themselves into the novel, such that the myth of the story becomes reality for the audience.
Dracula and Reality

The Victorian-Era of knowledge in many science related fields was extremely limited. Because most research consisted of trial and error, it is understood that most of the information collected, was probably inaccurate. Science, medicine, human psychology, and superstitions, were all areas of study that still were in the process of accumulating, and making progression towards modern day knowledge. It was the frontier of a new era with much knowledge to be gained. Dracula, made it clearly evident of just how much trial and error was necessary to treat an illness. The methods of recording information, sending information, and communicating were all being made easier during this era, through advancements in technology taking place in Europe and America. Accurate knowledge of the Victorian-Era in science, medicine, human psychology, superstitions, including those of authentic locations in the world, and believed myths and folktales in European communities...

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