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Draculas Castle Is for Sale | Smart News | Smithsonian

Bran Castle, a 12th century fortress perched atop a hill in central Romania, is for sale. Thecastle is popular tourist destinationthanks to its most famous (but fictional)resident, Count Dracula. The current owners, however, are getting older, the Telegraph reports, and hope to hand over the reins to aDracula- and history-loving visionary who can breathe new life into the place.

The castle is full of historical storiesand not just the fictional kind. Indeed, as Smithsonianhas written, Bram Stoker, who set his novel Dracula there, never even bothered to visit:

English libraries provided all the maps and reference books he needed. His ghoulish imagination did the rest. Count Dracula, he of the hard-looking mouth, with very red lips and sharp-looking teeth, as white as ivory, inhabited a vast ruined castle, from whose tall black windows came no ray of light, and whose broken battlements showed a jagged line against the moonlit sky.

In real life, the castle has been home toSaxons,Hungarians andTeutonic knights, the Telegraph reports, and, perhaps, to the infamous Vlad the Impaler (Dracula’s inspiration), who might have been brieflyheld prisoner there in the 15th century. Eventually, Bran Castle fell into the hands of Romania’s royal familyand was seized bythe governmentin 1958. When theCeausescu regime fell, the buiding once again came into possession of the remaining royal heirs, who have been tending to it ever since.

Now well into their 70s, however, the owners are looking for a buyer who will continue their vision of maintaining and growing”the largest and most significant attraction in Romania,” they told the Telegraph. Herzfeld and Rubin, the New York City-based law firm that’s handling the sale, hasn’t publicly revealed the asking price,butrumor has it that the Romanian government had the first right of refusal, at a price tag of $80 million.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula Movie Review – Common Sense Media

Like much of Coppola’s work, this blood-soaked,highly sexedfilm walks a fine line between the visually stunning and the bizarre or grotesque (The Godfather, One From the Heart, Apocalypse Now). Tom Waits gives a characteristically out-there performance as the insane bug-eater Renfield, and Keanu Reeves appears to have strayed little from his Bill and Ted days. Anthony Hopkins, Gary Oldman, and Winona Rider give good performances.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula has been said to have saved Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope Studios, by recovering from the previous years’ underperformers (Wind, The Godfather: Part III). The movie found critical acclaim with Academy Awards for Costume Design, Sound Effects Editing, and Makeup.

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Dracula is one of the bosses in I Wanna Be The Guy and the only one that attacks at random. He has a wide variety of attacks including:

During the pre-fight dialogue between The Kid and Dracula, he will eventually toss his wine glass at you, which can kill you if you don’t step away. Halfway through the battle two ectoplasms show up on opposite sides of the arena to get in your way. You can shoot them but this only pushes them back, and they can’t be destroyed. The ectoplasms also kind of show Dracula’s health because the more damage he gets the faster they move, so you can determine his health by observing their speed. A useful tip is to, if possible, jump over one ectoplasm and shoot it back towards the other until they sort of “merge” into one. That way, you can can concentrate on pushing back the ectoplasms on one side rather than two

Dracula’s true form!

After defeating Dracula, he will shout “Behold my true form, and despair!” He then turns into a Waddle Doo, which cannot hurt you in any way, it can’t move, and one shot will finish it off allowing The Kid to win the battle.

As a side note, it is possible to be killed by him before the fight, as his wine glass, which he throws at you during the dialogue just before his fight, can actually hit and kill you. If you get frozen by a Medusa Head and pushed onto the screen, you can get killed more quickly by jumping towards the glass.

There is also a glitch in the battle where as if you shoot an ectoplasm out of the area, it is possible for it to get caught on the border and thus rendered immobile, halving the amount of ectoplasms chasing you and essentially making the fight a lot easier. It can be done to both of them at the same time if they are overlapping perfectly. It is unknown though, whether it can be done for both of them seperately.

Hint: Turning off special effects in the menu will make his attacks much easier to read and dodge, because it gets rid of the fire.

HP: 32 (Before summoning ectoplasm: 13, after: 19)

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Dracula | Free Lesson Plans | Teachers

Benchmark: Understands historical and cultural influences on literary works.

Grade level: 9-12Subject area: language artsStandard: Demonstrates competence in the stylistic and rhetorical aspects of writing.Benchmarks: Benchmark: Uses descriptive language that clarifies and enhances ideas (e.g., stimulates the imagination of the reader, translates concepts into simpler or more easily understood terms).

Benchmark: Uses a variety of techniques to provide supporting detail (e.g., analogies, anecdotes, restatements, paraphrases, examples, comparisons).

Benchmark: Uses a variety of techniques to convey a personal style and voice.

Grade level: 9-12Subject area: language artsStandard: Demonstrates competence in the general skills and strategies of the reading process.Benchmarks: Identifies and analyzes the philosophical assumptions and basic beliefs underlying an author’s work.

Grade level: 9-12Subject area: historical understandingStandard: Understands the historical perspective.Benchmarks: Analyzes the influences specific ideas and beliefs had on a period of history and specifies how events might have been different in the absence of those ideas and beliefs.

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Character List – CliffsNotes

Dracula He is the vampire who has been “Un-Dead” for several hundred years and keeps his vitality by sucking blood from live victims. He is the Transylvanian Count for whom the book is named. Despite the fact that he is actually seen on only a few of the approximately four hundred pages of the novel, his presence constantly pervades the entire work; of note is the fact that his desire to move from the barren and desolate Transylvania, which is sparsely populated, to the more populous England, is the initiating point of the novel since someone from England must make the trip to Castle Dracula to complete the transactions. In appearance, Count Dracula is described as being a “tall old man, clean shaven, save for a long white mustache and clad in black from head to foot, without a single speck of color about him anywhere.” Contrary to popular understanding, Stoker has his Dracula sporting a large, bushy Victorian mustache and having a profuse head of dense, curly hair, massive eyebrows, and peculiarly sharp white teeth, especially the canine teeth. Dracula also possesses astonishing vitality, as is witnessed every time that he appears in a difficult situation.

Jonathan Harker The young London solicitor who is sent to Transylvania to finalize the transfer of real estate in England to Count Dracula. His journals record the essential facts of his journey from Bistritz to the Borgo Pass, where he is met by Count Dracula’s carriage, as well as recording the facts of his arrival and stay at the Castle Dracula. Harker is engaged to a young schoolmistress named Mina Murray.

Miss Mina (Wilhelmina) Murray The fiance of Jonathan Harker; she will become a “persecuted maiden” during the latter part of the story. She is quite young, and her job is that of an assistant schoolmistress. She is also an orphan. She will later become Mina Harker and will assist in tracking down Count Dracula.

Miss Lucy Westenra Mina Murray’s closest friend. She is a young woman of nineteen who becomes engaged to Arthur Holmwood. Her penchant for sleepwalking allows her to become Dracula’s first victim, and after her “death,” she will become one of the “Un-Dead.”

Mrs. Westenra Lucy’s mother, who is dying of a heart ailment; she becomes another victim of the vampire.

Arthur Holmwood A vigorous man, twenty-nine years old, the only son of Lord Godalming; Holmwood will later inherit this title after the death of his father. His engagement to Lucy and the necessity of driving a stake through Lucy’s heart after she is one of the “Un-Dead” motivates Holmwood to join in tracking down and exterminating Dracula.

Dr. John Seward The head of a lunatic asylum, Seward is roughly the same age as Holmwood and is one of Lucy Westenra’s suitors. He is an intelligent and determined man.

Quincey P. Morris Another of Lucy’s suitors. Morris is an American from Texas. His great wealth allows him to pay many of the expenses incurred in tracking down Dracula.

Dr. Abraham Van Helsing An M.D., a Ph.D., and a D.Litt., as well as an attorney. He is a lonely, unmarried old bachelor who is both kindly and fatherly. He is from Amsterdam, and his profound knowledge of medicine, folklore, and the occult allows him to take complete charge of Lucy’s illness, which he identifies immediately as vampirism. He is also chiefly in charge of the strategy of tracking down Count Dracula.

R. M. Renfield A huge, lumbering, fifty-nine-year-old madman who is a patient of Dr. Seward; he also comes under the influence of Dracula.

Mr. Swales An old man who befriends Lucy and Mina at Whitby, site of the landing of Count Dracula’s ship. He is an archetypal figure, the one person who senses and articulates the approaching horror of Dracula, but, Cassandra-like, he is not believed.

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Ben tells Emily what’s going on, Vlad comes to town. Someone from Emily’s past returns and starts trouble. The end. Another fantasy fulfilled with vampires. Anna discovers what the vampire made her. Will the vampire lord be the only one able to save her? and other exciting erotic at Literotica.com!

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dracula Flashcards and Study Sets | Quizlet

Who said, “‘Ah, so I shall be near the

Who said, ‘Get off him! He’s not for yo

Who said, ‘It isn’t easy for you, but i

Who said,’Do not take them from your ne

Count Dracula to Jonathan Harker

Count Dracula to the three vampire women.

Professor Van Helsing to Arthur.

Professor Van Helsing to Lucy

Who said, “‘Ah, so I shall be near the

Count Dracula to Jonathan Harker

Who said, ‘Get off him! He’s not for yo

Count Dracula to the three vampire women.

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Dracula (Hotel Transylvania) | Heroes Wiki | FANDOM …

Monsieur Dracula (by Quasimodo)Mr. Tough GuyDracPapa Drac (by Dennis)Rat Bat (by Murray)Captain Control Freak, Mr. Tight-Coffin (by Wayne)Dad, Daddy (by Mavis)

Hotel Transylvania

Superhuman speedHypnosisFlightTelekinesisVampire powersImmortalityManipulationCan turn into a bat

Spending time with his daughter Mavis.

Keep his daughter safe and sound, even it involves breaking her trust, from humans (first film; formerly)To bring back Jonathan to Mavis (first film; succeeded)Teach Dennis how to be a vampire (second film; succeeded)To be with Ericka (third film; succeeded)

Quasimodo, Esmeralda, Bela, Bat Cronies, Abraham Van Helsing (formerly)

Childish Vampire

Count Dracula, or simply just Dracula, is the main protagonist of the Hotel Transylvaniafilms. He is the owner of Hotel Transylvania and the father of his 118 (later 125)-year old daughter Mavis, father-in-law of Johnny, maternal grandfather of Dennis and future husband of Ericka Van Helsing.

He is voiced by comedian Adam Sandler.

Dracula has pale skin, blue eyes, pointy ears, pointy teeth and short black hair that is slicked back on his head. He also has quite a long face. He wears a black tuxedo with a black cape and the inside of his cape is fuschia-purple along with black dress shoes. He also wears a gold ring with a red jewel on his left hand.

Dracula dearly loved his wife, Martha so much that he was heartbroken when she died, prompting a massive distrust towards humanity.

After her death, the only thing that Dracula cared about was his daughter Mavis, and would kill if it meant protecting her however as she was his only family, he can be overprotective and overbearing.

He can also be selfish, going out of his ways to secure that no danger would come to Mavis which goes as far as deceiving and lying to her such as making out humanity as being violent monsters who would attack her on sight by having his hotel clerks dressed as humans try to kill her when she began to explore a human village which he also had his clerks make up.

In the second film, he was willing to put his grandson, Dennis in danger as to help him earn his fangs so Mavis wouldn’t move away. These actions end up driving the people he was trying to protect away from him.

In the third film, Mavis surprises Drac with a Cruise so he can have a vacation from giving others vacations. He wasnt excited about it at first until he met the Human captain, Ericka. He started to fall for her when he first laid eyes on her, but what he didnt know was that Ericka was the great-granddaughter of Draculas arch-nemesis, Abraham Van Helsing .

Dracula is all too aware of the cruelty and prejudice that humanity was capable of, eventually he deduced that monster-kind would never be accepted by society and instead reclused their kind in his own hotel, Hotel Transylvania.

Dracula’s closest friend was Frankenstein and they inevitably shared a lot of history, Drac trusted Frank that much he even made him Mavis’ god-uncle.

However as the first film progresses, Dracula begins to realize his biased opinions towards humanity was actually untrue.

Although he was initially cold and hostile towards Jonathan, a human who wandered his way into Hotel Transylvania he slowly began to warm up to the human and even accepting him as a suitable mate for his daughter. This was also proven by giving him his blessing to marry his daughter at the end of the film.

When the villagers of Transylvania discovered that he and the rest of the monsters of fairy tale were real instead of attacking they actually welcome him, reigniting his trust for humanity.

Despite his faults, Dracula would also go to extreme lengths to make Mavis happy including risking his own life to bring Jonathan back to Transylvania and allowing Mavis to live her own life the way she wanted.

Dracula hated being stereotyped, and was always very insulted when people thought he said “blah, blah, blah” and would angrily correct them if a person would do so.

Being a vampire, Dracula can take the form of a bat. He possesses superhuman strength and speed. He is able to fly into the air. He can use hypnosis to erase people’s memories or mind control them. He is capable of using telekinesis to move objects.

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Dracula – Bram Stoker – Hardcover – HarperCollins US

Prince of the Night. Lord of the Damned. King of Vampires. He is Dracula, the most well-known vampire in the worldand this new illustrated edition of Bram Stokers classic tale of terror offers Dracula as you have never seen him before. Brought to life through the stunning visual artistry of Eisner Award-winning illustrator Becky Cloonan (Demo, American Virgin, Victor Von Doom), this new graphically compelling novel offers a spellbinding, edition of the book that launched the worlds enduring fascination with vampires: Bram Stokers complete and unabridged Dracula. Illuminated and accentuated by the visionary hand of one of Americas most gifted illustrators, Dracula is perfect for fans of the ghastly and paranormal, and unmissable for fans of True Blood, The Vampire Diaries, and Tim Burtons macabre new film, Dark Shadows (release May 11, 2012) starring Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham-Carter, Michelle Pfeiffer, Eva Green, and Jackie Earle Haley.

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