Dracula by Bram Stoker
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Dracula is a gothic novel by Bram Stoker published in 1897. Stoker tells the story of the fight against the vampire Dracula in an epistolary format. The story comprises various letters, telegrams, journal entries, and newspaper articles written by the main characters. Dracula explores the classic theme of good versus evil, but the novel also illuminates the relationships between religion and reason, the East and the West, the modern age versus the old world, and how the repressive mores of the Victorian era clashed with more liberated ideas about female. The novel’s influence on Gothic, horror, and romance genres was profound, and the character of Count Dracula became one of the most influential, recognizable figures in literature, film, television, and even video games.
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