KSU Dracula Article. Landlord And Soil, Dracula Seamus Deane Paper


I would like you to analyze. In his article, , “Landlord And Soil: Dracula,” Seamus Deane argued: “The novel’s oppositions are multiple and glaring: West against East, technology against superstition, good money against bad money, men against women, traditional woman against New Woman, madness against sanity, blood against spirit, lasciviousness against chastity, mobility against immobility, health against degeneration, the Living against the Undead” (89-90). Which of these oppositions can we notice in the first 6 chapters of Dracula? What is the effect and/or function of these oppositions?


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