Summary Of The Poem 'Prince Vlad Tepes, The Dracul'

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Seven years beyond his treacherous malfeasance, the madman called Ripper, receded behind a wall of anonymity. Upon reflection with tremendous reproach this butcher roamed free, unobserved among us: to rigorously stain the streets of London a crimson coat. His haunt extended from Whitechapel to Pall-Mall, preying on the working-class woman. By comparison, absolute brutal display of carnage since Scotland Yard expunged the Fleet Street tonsorial and his bawdy innkeeper. -And yet never a man nor beast more dreadful walk the prestigious Isle of Great Britain, than the monster we'd come to know as Prince Vlad Tepes, the Dracul. I confess it was our reticence; a quest of infallible reason that we failed to act timely; despite many previous

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