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Vampires and their Early Literature

The nineteenth century was the century of the vampire. No longer were vampires creepy, ghoulish, dirty monsters to be feared and loathed. Vampires assumed a fresh persona, one of charm, sexuality, and power. A young Englishman named Aubrey meets Lord Ruthven, a newcomer to London society and earrings bulgari imitation a person of unknown origin. Aubrey and Ruthven copy bvlgari earrings collection start to travel lower Europe. Along their travels, there are several vampire attacks. Aubrey doesn't connect the dots at first. Outlaws attack the pair in the course of their trip and Ruthven is fatally injured. Just before Ruthven dies, he forces Aubrey to copy bvlgari earrings price promise that he will not disclose anything about the pair's travels for a week plus a day. Aubrey goes back to London where he comes across Ruthven again. He is alive and unharmed. Ruthven reminds Aubrey of the vow he made. Ruthven focuses his attention on the sister of Aubrey. Unable to tell her of Ruthven's true nature, Aubrey has a nervous breakdown and passes away. The couple is married and Ruthven murders Aubrey's sister during the wedding night. A female vampire with the name of Carmilla takes an interest in a beautiful young woman named Laura. Laura and her father reside in a castle in the deepest parts of Styria. Over time, Laura is entranced by Carmilla's spell. Laura is saved in the end. Mina is affianced to Jonathan Harker, who is concerned by Mina's captivation with the perplexing Count. Jonathan enlists the aid of Dr. Van Helsing. Together the duo liberates Mina from Dracula's grasp. Modern scholars agree that Dracula was heavily influenced by Carmilla. There are several similarities between Carmilla and Dracula. Mina, the love interest of Dracula, is very much like Laura, the love interest of Carmilla. Both families are bvlgari b zero earrings imitation of aristocratic lineage. Van Helsing, Dracula's protagonist, is similar in many ways to General Spielsdorf, the protagonist of Carmilla. The passion in The Vampyre, Dracula, and Carmilla is unconcealed. Never before were vampires portrayed as sensual and sexual beings. These novels also characterize vampires in a human manner. In the past vampires had been characterized as apparitions, ghouls, or spirits.

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