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Otherness in Dracula, role of women, masculinity, memory

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Department
English
Course
E 350
Professor
Ellen Brinks
Semester
Spring

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23 AprilWilkie CollinsNovels comprised of documents from various narratorsEnd of the century Victorian worksJekyll and Hyde as well as DraculaWhat are the different kinds of otherness that Dracula representsForeignerracialethnicEastFear use British women to create more of his kindFacial featuresClass aristocracy challengesthreatens hegemonydemocratic idealsEnemy of freedom liberty autonomyBloodBelieves he can controloversee everything according to his willCastleOld family linehistoryWealth and propertyInstills fear in peasantsDependent on laboring classesCount De VillePale skin degeneracyDead and not deadFoucault aristocracy abducted children slaughtered and bathed in bloodFamily structure
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