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Dracula By Bram Stoker Published 1897
Dracula By Bram Stoker Published 1897 - presentation

kittie-lec

Historical Background. Prince Vlad . Tepes. , a.k.a. Vlad the . Impaler. (1431-1476) is the model for Count Dracula.. Known for killing 40,000-100,000 people. Vlad the . Impaler. was also called Dracula, which means “devil” or “Son of the Dragon”.

DRACULA
DRACULA - presentation

celsa-spra

The True Story. A look at the history behind the legend that fascinates everyone. .. Mrs. . . Almeyda’s. 4. th. Grade History Class Lesson. Who was he?. Where did he live?. What did he do?.

Dracula
Dracula - presentation

conchita-m

Bram Stoker’s. Bram Stoker. Born in Dublin on November 8, 1847. Sickly child who was entertained by his mother with ghoulish tales and legends (especially of vampires and horror).. Became a champion track athlete and an honor student at Trinity College..

Dracula
Dracula - presentation

phoebe-cli

by Bram Stoker – Chapter 1. Notes and talking points taken from the text, from Prestwick House’s teaching guide, and misc. other sources.. Period and Genre. Literary Terms and Concepts to Keep in Mind.

Dracula – Chapters 4-5 - Notes
Dracula – Chapters 4-5 - Notes - presentation

phoebe-cli

Sleep and Dreams. “I awoke in my own bed. If it be that I had not dreamt, the Count must have carried me here.” – Pg 43. Recall the end of Midsummer, how none of them wanted to trust their memories or their senses, for what had happened was simply too unbelievable, too embarrassing, too ridiculous..

Dracula – Chapters 19 and 20 - Notes
Dracula – Chapters 19 and 20 - Notes - presentation

karlyn-boh

Previously on . Dracula. Our crew of protagonists have formed a plan to find and kill Dracula – finding the boxes of earth.. However, they insist on leaving Mina behind and out of the planning, because she’s a woman and has delicate sensibilities. They don’t want to distress her too much with this “man’s work” ahead..

Modernity and Anxiety in Bram Stokers Dracula Allan Jo
Modernity and Anxiety in Bram Stokers Dracula Allan Jo - pdf

marina-yar

Dracula is at its very core a deeply engaging novel that is still able to startle and concern contemporary readers even at the distance of more than a century The impressive status that the text has earned in AngloAmerican literary culture as the pr

Dracula – Chapters 21-22 - Notes
Dracula – Chapters 21-22 - Notes - presentation

debby-jeon

Previously. As Jonathan . Harker. , John Seward, and Dr. Van . Helsing. track down the boxes of earth, Dracula’s making the moves on Mina. Though she’s been left behind to keep her safe, that’s left her alone and ripe for .

Dracula – Chapters 25 and 26 - Notes
Dracula – Chapters 25 and 26 - Notes - presentation

aaron

Chapter 25 – Seward – Pg 295-297. The crew gets closer and closer to Dracula as he eludes them, again and again, all on their way to his old castle in Transylvania.. Mina’s condition is worsening, yet she is still much like herself at what two times of day?.

Dracula  – Chapters 2-3 - Notes
Dracula – Chapters 2-3 - Notes - presentation

celsa-spra

Chapter 2 - Arrival at Castle Dracula. As Jonathan finally arrives at Castle Dracula, he begins to notice more odd things about his driver:. “I could not help but notice his prodigious strength.” – Pg 21.

Cultural Literacy – List 3
Cultural Literacy – List 3 - presentation

liane-varn

Week of September 13, 2010. A proverb meaning you can show people the way to do things, but you can’t force them to act. . 1. You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink. . 2. Carpe Diem: Latin expression meaning “seize the day” – take advantage of all present opportunities. .

‘ Renfield
‘ Renfield - presentation

liane-varn

holds no real significance in the novel’. Psychoanalysis. Sigmund Freud. Believed people could be cured if they became conscious of their unconsciousness.. Aim of psychoanalysis is to release repressed emotions and experiences..

Cultural Literacy – List 3
Cultural Literacy – List 3 - presentation

olivia-mor

Week of September 13, 2010. A proverb meaning you can show people the way to do things, but you can’t force them to act. . 1. You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink. . 2. Carpe Diem: Latin expression meaning “seize the day” – take advantage of all present opportunities. .

Historical Facts in Myths and Legends
Historical Facts in Myths and Legends - presentation

natalia-si

Peles. . castle. Location: . Sinaia. , Walachia – Southern Romania. considered by many one of the most stunning castles in Europe. .. Commissioned by King Carol I in 1873 and completed in 1883, . Its 160 rooms are adorned with the finest examples of European art, Murano crystal chandeliers, German stained-glass windows and Cordoba leather-covered walls..

Based in the late 1800’s,
Based in the late 1800’s, - presentation

debby-jeon

Dracula. is considered to be a gothic . novel (fiction) written . in epistolary form. . Dracula. , originally titled . The Un-Dead. , . was first published in June 1897. Through his novel the author, Bram Stoker, explores the vampire .

WRITING IN RELIGION
WRITING IN RELIGION - presentation

pamella-mo

LO: TO PRACTICE INCLUDING WAYS OF READING IN WRITING.. RELIGION. How can we explore a reading of Religion in . Dracula?. Explore how power Is presented in Dracula.. Plan the contents of the essay that addresses the above task..

DRACULA
DRACULA - presentation

ellena-man

ESL 2 Period 1. Count Dracula is a famous vampire!!! . Get Ready to Read. This book tells a story about Count Dracula through 3 people’s journals. Journal: Dairy. They are . 1. Jonathan . Harker. 2. Mina Murray (Jonathan’s girlfriend and later married Jonathan).

criminology in Victorian Literature
criminology in Victorian Literature - presentation

conchita-m

Task 1:. What do you think Dracula looks like?. Police Composite Sketch of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. L. ong . white . moustache. .. Face: a . very strong, aquiline, . -thin nose, high bridge.. D. omed forehead.

SCARY STORIES
SCARY STORIES - presentation

min-jolico

Stories to Chill Your Heart and Thrill Your Senses!. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Alvin Schwartz. Are you brave enough for Scary Stories? . Alvin Schwartz was the author of more than fifty books dedicated to and dealing with topics such as folklore and word play, many of which were intended for young readers. He is often confused with another Alvin Schwartz, who wrote Superman and Batman daily comics strips and a novel titled The .

DRACULA
DRACULA - presentation

briana-ran

Literature and Composition. Objectives. The Research Paper Process. Review of SOAPSTone. Review of Academic Vocabulary. FRANKENSTEIN. THE RESEARCH PROCESS. Selection of your topic. Selection of resources.

Romanticism
Romanticism - presentation

conchita-m

an artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated In Europe in . the second half of the . 18th . century influenced by the ideals of the . French. . revolution. . It was a reaction against the Enlightenment .

Unit of Gothic Horror and Excitement
Unit of Gothic Horror and Excitement - presentation

test

Unit of Gothic Horror and Excitement Unit of Study: The Greatness of Dracula and Gothic Victorian Novel WHY DRACULA? Dracula in popular culture Epistolary novel Strong use of literary devices

Latham Wright and
Latham Wright and - presentation

conchita-m

Astrid Crowley. The history of Vampires in film. Vampires were first portrayed as weird, scary creatures and in film were used to create fear with the audience.. Overtime the myth was built up. This .

Dracula analysis
Dracula analysis - presentation

briana-ran

Looking at;. Context. Themes. Characters. Quotes. Key events (ch11, starting p152). Seward gets stabbed by Renfield who seems to be in a psychotic rage, yearning for Seward’s blood.. The doctor talks of how tired he is, drawing attention to the ‘sacrifice’ he made in saving Lucy by transfusing their blood, he backs this up by saying that he ‘cannot afford to loose any more’..

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