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Year 11 English

Finding Resources in Accessit

Here are some resources that you may find useful during your studies.  Search the Bennies catalogue Accessit for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS.

 

Hornsby Library

  

Hornsby Shire Library provides access to a wide range of online resources to help with your research. Browse by subject to find the online resource you need. If you know the name of the online resource you are looking for. For information on Dracula- Select Literature and Film studies-and the Literary Reference Centre database. 

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Students under 15 years of age require a signed permission note from a parent or guardian to be able to view this material. In 15th century Romania, three monks found themselves chained to the wall of a cell in the castle of Vlad Dracula, Voyvoyd of Wallachia. More commonly known as Vlad the Impaler, he was the most terrifying ruler of Medieval Europe, a psychopathic mass-murderer and the only man who stood between Christian Europe and the advancing armies of the Ottoman Turks. It was this vicious story that gave birth to the Dracula character of fact and fiction.

Students under 15 years of age require a signed permission note from a parent or guardian to be able to view this material. Francis Ford Coppola directs Bram Stoker's classic dark love story of Dracula, who, on leaving England, unleashes a reign of seduction and terror.

LitCharts- Dracula

      

One of seven children, Bram Stoker was born to upper-middle-class Irish Protestant parents in the middle of the nineteenth century; he suffered a grave illness at age seven, which caused him to turn to reading and probably prompted his interest in literature.

Useful Links

Dracula- Lesson plans: Discovery School has designed a lesson plan featuring Bram Stoker and his book Dracula.

BramStoker.org- This website gives basic information about Bram Stoker, best known as the author of the novel Dracula. Download free pdfs of his novels, short stories and poetry.

Dracula Study Guide- LitChart

 

 

Study Guide

The character of Dracula is no invention either. The real Dracula was Prince Vlad III of Wallachia - Vlad the Impaler. The name Dracula means son of Dracul, which in Romanian suggests ‘dragon’ or ‘devil’

Dracula Literary Chart

Dracula opens with a young solicitor's assistant, Jonathan Harker, en route from Budapest into Transylvania, to visit the Castle Dracula and to meet with Count Dracula, a nobleman who has recently purchased an estate in London called Carfax.

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Dracula- Literary Resource Centre

                  

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