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Psychoanalysis Vampire

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Freud and Jung, the major thinkers of our modern psychology, have based their work on Dracula,  the book from Stocker which was published in 1897.

Count Dracula posed many threats to Victorian social, moral and political values:  he changes virtuous women into beasts with ravenous sexual appetites; he is a foreigner who invades England and threatens English book and superiority; he is the embodiment of evil that can only be destroyed by reasserting the beliefs of traditional Christianity in an increasingly skeptical and secular age; he represents the fear of regression, a reversal of evolution, a return to our more primal animal state.

Let us examine how the main schools have analysed the emergence of the vampire as a central figure of human societies. 


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