Dracula and Nosferatu

Dracula is cloaked in dark. This is fundamental to his myth. He haunts his grounds at night, and stalks the holds of a ship; never clearly seen, or seen the same way twice, he is misinterpreted. Sunlight weakens him. An interesting element in Stoker’s novel is that while its central characters shrink from the Count…

A fascinating article for us vampire fans via Seeing Too Much, Seeing Nothing At All: On Dracula and Nosferatu — The Ploughshares Blog

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