Dracula And Gender Roles

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This section will be about the ideological study of Dracula and Twilight when it comes to race, class, gender and sex but also religion. 4.1 Gender/Sexuality. In Dracula the characters follow curtain roles and perform actions that usually are significant for the opposite sex. Three main characters are portrayed by Stokes in ways that implies that the gender roles are reversed. Jonathan Harker is a victim, Mina Harker is one of the men in the novel and is portrayed as a modern woman and Count Dracula push the lines of sexuality. Jonathan Harker is a character that is very feminized by the author Bram Stokes. In the beginning of the novel, Jonathan travels to Count Dracula’s castle and after a while he is captured by female vampires and his
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