Dracula Critical Quotes

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  • Created on: 21-06-17 10:33
Punter and Byron - 'the --- human reverting to the ---'
civilised, barbaric
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Punter and Byron - 'Dracula is above all concerned with the --- of ---'
breaking, taboos
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Punter and Byron - 'persistently --- about the breakdown of --- roles'
anxious, gender
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Punter and Byron - 'Dracula insists on the --- of its setting [...] repeatedly the modernity of the text is --- by references to --- advances'
modernity, emphasised, technological
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Punter and Byron - 'he --- as a catalyst for transgression in others'
functions
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Punter and Byron - 'The --- other, which ultimately resides within the characters themselves is not destroyed in Dracula: it is simply --- once more'
threatening, repressed
6 of 8
Stephen King - 'with all ---, the powers of --- don't stand a chance'
mod cons, darkness
7 of 8
Punter and Byron - 'emergence and demands of the --- Woman --- such fears, and Gothic texts of the time repeatedly produce --- and sexually aggressive females'
New, aggravated, powerful
8 of 8

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Punter and Byron - 'Dracula is above all concerned with the --- of ---'

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breaking, taboos

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Punter and Byron - 'persistently --- about the breakdown of --- roles'

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Punter and Byron - 'Dracula insists on the --- of its setting [...] repeatedly the modernity of the text is --- by references to --- advances'

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Punter and Byron - 'he --- as a catalyst for transgression in others'

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