The Cure for Dreaming Symbols & Objects

Cat Winters
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Dracula novel

Dracula is Olivia’s favorite novel. She’s read it multiple times and even saved up enough money so she could purchase a copy of it. Once Olivia starts to experience visions, Dracula becomes a symbol of the corruption in the world, and in particular of the way men seek to suck the life out of women and their dreams. She sees bad people as being twisted creatures that resemble Dracula. The anti-suffragist headquarters looks like Dracula’s castle, a dark and twisted place that she wants to avoid at all costs.

Olivia’s visions

Olivia’s visions represent the way that the world truly is to her. She sees women that are forced into submission as wispy gray forms that seem to disappear whenever a man is around. She sees her father and other antagonists as being twisted monsters. She starts to see pro-suffrage...

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