I'm stuck with this topic for my oral but all I can think of is the interaction between dracula and jonathan harker and the whole "he is mine! Where are other hints of homosexuality in this book? Oh and I'm also allowed to talk a bit about how the Oscar Wilde trials affected Bram Stoker and how that influence can be seen in this book but all I can really come up with is that the book reflects the views of homosexuality during that time and how Dracula had to use females to get to the males since direct male male contact was forbidden during that time. I can't change the subject of my oral, this is the one I'm stuck with, and about my school being less than mediocre?
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Bram Stoker: 10 facts about Dracula author
An accomplished athlete, journalist, author, biographer, theatre critic and theatre manager, Stoker is best known for his Gothic masterpiece Dracula Like his immortal creation Count Dracula, Stoker's life is shrouded in mystery, from his rumored participation in occult circles, to his purported death from syphilis. Stoker was educated at Trinity College, "where he won honours in science, mathematics, oratory, history, and composition "Obituary". In Stoker met the actor Henry Irving and by had moved to London where he was acting manager at the famous Lyceum Theatre.
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Still months away from his first published short story, he composed a stunning letter of admiration and adoration to his great literary idol: Walt Whitman May 31, —March 26, Long before William James coined the notion of stream of consciousness , Stoker poured forth a long stream of sentiment cascading through various emotions — surging confidence bordering on hubris, delicate self-doubt, absolute artist-to-artist adoration — channeled with the breathless intensity of a love letter, without interruption. For four years, it haunted his desk, part muse and part goblin.
Bram Stoker is best known as the author of Dracula , one of the most famous horror novels of all time. Abraham Stoker was born in Clontarf, Ireland, on November 8, He was a sickly child, bedridden for much of his boyhood until about the age of seven.