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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55442
Doc. No:TL25396
Call number:‭1455363‬
Main Entry:Michael Vorsino
Title & Author:Dracula: From historical voievod to fictional vampire princeMichael Vorsino
College:The University of Texas at Arlington
Date:2007
Degree:M.A.
student score:2007
Page No:99
Abstract:Vlad Dracula was a fifteenth century historical prince in Wallachia, a part of modern day Romania. Prince Dracula was an ardent defender of Christendom, and staunch opponent of the expanding Ottoman Empire. However, through the skillful use of the printing press and the masterful work of the author Bram Stoker this man has become associated with the fictional character Count Dracula. This thesis discusses the life and deeds of the historical Prince Vlad Dracula, also known as Ţepeş, or the Impaler, and his association with the fictional character Count Dracula. This thesis provides an examination of the epic struggle between Prince Dracula and the Ottoman sultan Mehmed ‘The Conqueror’. Furthermore, consideration will be given to the ever-changing view of Count Dracula in American pop culture as well as the differing roles of the folkloric and literary vampires throughout history.
Subject:Social sciences; Dracula, Vlad; Romania; Biographies; Folklore; Middle Ages; 0304:Biographies; 0358:Folklore; 0581:Middle Ages
Added Entry:D. Reinhartz
Added Entry:The University of Texas at Arlington