By NVOT Student, 6/00
Bram Stokerís classic Dracula, first published in 1897, is a mystifying horror tale concerning the war of good versus evil, ages old, yet forever new. It is the gothic narrative of the undead creatures of the night, and the human lives they touch, seeking to satiate the cursed craving for their only sustenanceó human blood. Throughout all this, Stoker weaves intriguing juxtapositions of light and dark, good and evil, the holy and
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Abraham van Helsing is particularly interesting, and his lectures are eloquent and meaningful. In the end, the reader needs to contemplate the story and put the book into perspective, asking the meaning behind publishing an anti-Christ-like character such as Dracula. Bram Stoker expertly formulated Dracula into an extremely interesting and entertaining novel, one which left me thoroughly satisfied, yet curious and full of questions of religion, values, and fears of those living in Victorian Europe.