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Modernity in Dracula

This paper considers Bram Stocker's novel Dracula in relation to modernity. Specifically, it analyzes Stoker's attitude toward scientific achievement; the widely held Victorian fear of modernity and technology.
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Bram Stoker's Dracula is one of the best known Gothic tales ofsupernatural creatures and terror However there is much more to Stoker'stext that meets the eye and the author is able to address severalsignificant concerns of his day while weaving a chilling account ofvampires at the same time Indeed in Dracula Stoker expresses the widely-held Victorian fear of technology and modernity and his charactersultimately discover that modern development in science and medicine cannotnecessarily be trusted In fact one might argue that the

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