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Drácula O verdadeiro Drácula nasceu na Idade Média Sua vida se passou em castelos guerras e em prisões A arte de Bram Stoker nos conduz a uma atmosfera gótica de terror e mistério transformando a 'lenda tenebrosa' da narrativa histórica num marco da literatura mundial Stoker consegue levar o leitor às distantes paisagens da Transilvânia descrevendo suas escuras florestas onde os lobos se reúnem em alcatéias para caçar ao luar || Publicado originalmente em 1897 com inspiração em relat. Two things about this book1 It is a really great and creepy story that deserves classic status2 Everything is repeated soooooo much without any obvious benefitHere is actual footage of Bram Stoker writing this novelIf Stoker had just got to the point this book would have been much exciting and suspenseful I understand the exact same mysterious thing happens night after night I understand that Dracula has some boxes of dirt I get that you brought Winchester rifles along for protection Each of these things was repeated ad nauseam throughout the book Talk about killing the pace by the time the gruesome scares came I was very disengaged Also funny thing about this book as a horror story it must be the grandfather of heading up the stairs to hide instead of running outside or cutting through the graveyard shortly after hearing a serial killer is loose They keep leaving people alone even though those people are repeatedly attacked when they are left alone Then when they finally insist on guarding someone that person insists that they need no one but God to guard them Seems like so far God had not been interested in protecting so why count on him starting nowSo three stars because it is a classic and I like the story I especially like Lucy's suitors their gung ho manliness amuses me But the repetition and the illogical behavior in the face of a bloodsucking monster are the cause of the removal of a couple of stars

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Dracula By Bram StokOs do folclore romeno coletados por Stoker sobre a ocorrência de nosferatus ou mortos vivos e na infame saga do Príncipe Vlad III Drakulya 1431–147677 o filho do Dragão ou SerpenteDrac Voivoda Warlord da Valáuia e Transilvânia ue lutou contra os Turcos no Séc XV; alguns acreditam ue não fosse por ele com certeza o mapa da Europa seria diferente Ele foi imortalizado pela literatura reaparecendo cada vez a frente do seu tempo e encantando multidões|| O romance Drácula definiu o aruétipo. Shockingly not a whole hell of a lot of vampire stuff up in this bitchMostly it read like a dull travelogue with lots of emotions bro love everywhere All the men loved all the women platonically or otherwise to the point they were willing to give their lives for whichever lucky lady was getting snacked on by Dracula at the timeIt was uite the love fest I'm not buying it StokerAnd DraculaNot since Gary Olman's beehived old woman portrayal have I been less scared of this character Welcome to my home Allow me to get you some Entenmann's coffee cake whilst you peruse my garage sale knick knack collection and trip over my catsSo I've come to realize that very few of the classic characters or stories even remotely resemble what you think they will based on their modern counterparts And in my uneducated opinion most classics just aren't all that much fun to read They're boring and filled up with tedious shit that I don't care about and certainly don't want to read about Scenery weather random feelings about the scenery or weather etcI guess back in the day it was high fun to take walks look at the landscape and then go back home and write about it in your diary And while I'm sure that sounds like heaven to some people who yearn for simpler times the idea of reading about the nonsense of someone else's daily life makes me want to scratch my eyes out Something I was surprised by although in retrospect I shouldn't have been was all the religious undertones in the story Ok yes I knew Dracula was evil and couldn't be near crosses and whatnot but I didn't think about this being a casually religious story about saving souls from damnation Which I mean it's not like it was any fault of the vampires that they were dammed At one time or another they had all been humans who were targeted by another vampire as a snack Vicious cycle and all thatAnd poor Lucy seemingly ended up a chew toy simply because she was a sleepwalkerPerhaps the moral of the story is that you need to make sure you aren't wandering around on moors at night so you don't get spotted by anemic monsters Speaking of Lucy did anyone else notice how incredibly fucking lucky she was that every single guy in their group was a compatible blood type for her All those blood transfusions None of them even remotely hygienic or safe Forget supernatural demons who turn into bats those transfusions were the scariest shit in this entire bookOk There were a lot of characters and POV switches Again most of what they were saying wasn't all that interesting so it made me doubly happy that I decided to go with the audiobook version of Stoker's tale If I'm being 100% honest here I probably zoned out a few times and daydreamed about when I needed to get the oil changed in my car or what we were having for dinner But this is one of those books with a lot of superfluous information so I don't think it hurt anything I got the gist of it all ok without hanging on every word Be warned the first half of this book is unbelievably dull Mina writes in her diary about how she fretts over Jonathan's lack of letters from Transylvania how hard it is to keep Lucy from wandering out the door at night Lucy gets mysteriously ill her fiancee gets worried and the doctor dude John Seward moons over Lucy watches one of his psychotic patients eat bugs Renfield being the only character in the book that doesn't want to talk about friendship loyalty every five minutes

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