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!Download E-pub Ú Dracula ñ En arrivant dans les Carpates, le clerc de notaire londonien Jonathan Harker est puis par son p riple Mais son client et h te, le comte Dracula, a tout pr vu une chambre lui a t retenue l auberge pour la nuit, an attendant de rejoindre le ch teau en cal che Mais pourquoi les habitants du village se signent ils avec des mines pouvant es quand Jonathan leur dit o il compte se rendre Pourquoi lui fait on cadeau d un crucifix et de guirlandes d ail Malgr ces mises en garde, Harker poursuit sa route Certes, ces montagnes escarp es, ces loups qui hurlent dans le lointain ont de quoi faire frissonner Mais enfin, tant de superstitions au c ur du XIXe si cle Jonathan est un homme raisonnable I believe this may be the edition I read first This is an amazing book I ve read reviews by those who disagree and reviews by those who hated the format But I was swept up in it the first time I read it as a teen and have been every time since My advice is don t worry about all the psychological baggage that has been tacked on over the yearsand please don t confuse the movie Bram Stoker s Dracula with the actual plot, story, and characters in the book It doesn t remotely resemble the I believe this may be the edition I read first This is an amazing book I ve read reviews by those who disagree and reviews by those who hated the format But I was swept up in it the first time I read it as a teen and have been every time since My advice is don t worry about all the psychological baggage that has been tacked on over the yearsand please don t confuse the movie Bram Stoker s Dracula with the actual plot, story, and characters in the book It doesn t remotely resemble the book and the title has galled me since that movie came out The book is far, far better.I believe it s worth noting that a lot of the psychological baggage that has been attached to this volume probably tells youabout the ones attaching it than the book This book creates a horror atmosphere that has been copied constantly over the years but never quite captured again You ll be experiencing with Harker the castle and what he faces there Battling the Count in Englandand the terror of the ship s crew that carried his earth boxes across the sea, all will stay with you Again let me urge you no matter how well any movie has been done, if the movie Dracula is the only one you know, you haven t met the proto vampire who resides in this book He it still walks through literature and evenin the dark fears that lurk in the back of our minds when we re alone on a stormy night or we have to walk alone past that old rundown graveyard not cemetery where the city has never gotten around to installing those street lights.This isn t Twilight, nor is it Buffy the vampire Slayer, there aren t any friendly, helpful, romantic vampires here None sparkle either There is quite probably a reason or maybethan one why we wish so badly to laugh at this book It does what it does very, very welland that s be frightening This book is a classic that has been around for over a hundred years..there s a reason for that We just read this in the Supernatural Readers groupand I still like it LOL this was all i could think about whenever they talked about dracula s dirt boxes lol an actual review the first half was waaaayinteresting to me than the last half idk if that s weird basically, once the plot line with lucy was finished i cared a lot less in the end, it definitely was not what i expected, but i m still glad that i read this mostly just so that i can build up my horror cred but anyway this was all i could think about whenever they talked about dracula s dirt boxes lol an actual review the first half was waaaayinteresting to me than the last half idk if that s weird basically, once the plot line with lucy was finished i cared a lot less in the end, it definitely was not what i expected, but i m still glad that i read this mostly just so that i can build up my horror cred but anyway Two things about this book 1 It is a really great and creepy story that deserves classic status2 Everything is repeated soooooo much without any obvious benefit.Here is actual footage of Bram Stoker writing this novel If Stoker had just got to the point, this book would have been muchexciting 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 protecti Two things about this book 1 It is a really great and creepy story that deserves classic status2 Everything is repeated soooooo much without any obvious benefit.Here is actual footage of Bram Stoker writing this novel If Stoker had just got to the point, this book would have been muchexciting 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 now So 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 Dracula the very name instantly brings to mind visions of vampires, stakes, garlic, and crucifixes Yet, when one bothers to read the novel, it becomes self evident how twisted modern vampire fiction now is.Vampires are not meant to inhabit the roles of heroes Go back a few hundred years and men believed truly that the vampire was a real immortal, cursed to quench his undying thirst with a living mortal s blood The very idea of a blood drinker should, therefore, inspire the image of a villain Dracula the very name instantly brings to mind visions of vampires, stakes, garlic, and crucifixes Yet, when one bothers to read the novel, it becomes self evident how twisted modern vampire fiction now is.Vampires are not meant to inhabit the roles of heroes Go back a few hundred years and men believed truly that the vampire was a real immortal, cursed to quench his undying thirst with a living mortal s blood The very idea of a blood drinker should, therefore, inspire the image of a villain within the mind And that is what the titular character of this novel is.The word novel is not used lightly, as one could also write that this is a collaboration of journals, letters and papers For that is how Bram Stoker chose to fashion his famous novel in epistolary form While the different viewpoints through each journal serve to create suspense which suits the gothic tone of the novel perfectly.In all, it is a macabre novel that serves to make the reader reflect upon good and evil The vampire, to me, is nothingthan an indication of man s cursed nature Who, unless he is delivered, must suck the life from others around him Ultimately only the righteous can destroy the darkness that serves to drain life That is the lesson which Bram Stoker s timeless classic unswervingly conveys