Dracula is a classic horror novel written by Bram Stoker in 1897. The novel tells the story of Count Dracula, a vampire who moves from Transylvania to England with the goal of spreading the vampire curse. The novel is known for its eerie and suspenseful atmosphere, as well as its exploration of themes such as good vs. evil, and the duality of human nature.
One of the main themes of the novel is the struggle between science and superstition, as the novel’s main characters are divided between those who believe in the supernatural and those who rely on scientific methods to understand and combat the vampire. The novel also explores the idea of the “other,” as Dracula is portrayed as a foreign, mysterious, and dangerous figure.
Dracula is considered one of the most important and influential works in the horror genre, and has had a lasting impact on popular culture. It has been adapted into countless films, TV shows, and stage productions, and is still widely read and enjoyed today for its masterful storytelling, memorable characters, and exploration of timeless themes.