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By Janina Nußbaumer

The determine of the vampire has been round for hundreds of years, and has misplaced none of its fascination. even though, the portrayal of the vampire in literature at the present time has now not a lot in universal with its historic origins, the vampire trust is predicated on precise occasions. Bram Stoker's novel 'Dracula' laid the basis for the good fortune tale of the vampire. He created whatever sinister, a monster within the form of a gentleman. The evil of the Victorian society used to be personified within the type of the revenant. limitations among sturdy and evil, human and non-human, dying and existence are blurred and unrecognizable in his ebook. by contrast, Anne Rice creates a global the place people and vampires dwell subsequent to one another. Her vampires resemble people not just when it comes to their our bodies, but in addition by way of their minds. there isn't any horror detectable, yet amazement and id with the revenants by means of the reader. during this context, the differentiation of the built pictures of the vampires within the novels, 'Dracula' through Bram Stoker and 'Interview with the Vampire' by way of Anne Rice, is analyzed. Thereby, the learn investigates these parts which were followed, these ones that experience constructed over the time, and the results that associate with the way of development.

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