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Dracula, by Bram Stoker - The Superstition That Made the Supernatural Powers
Bram Stoker did not invent the vampyre or the vampyres supernatural
powers, they were both brought to you in part by superstition. Superstition
influenced the abilities, limitations, and characteristics, Stoker gave Dracula
by giving an explanation for un-scientific happenings. For example: 'The
ancients believed that a mans shadow and his reflection in some measure
represented his soul.'[Ashley 3] Could this be why Dracula cast no shadow
and showed no reflection in mirrors? 'Superstition links causes and effects
in ways that defy logic and fail all impartial tests.' The…
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