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AS and A Level: Bram Stoker
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Never did I imagine such wraths of fury, even in the demons of the pit!" Stoker presents the count as being: "lapped in a storm of fury," foreshadowing the terrible storm at Whitby when Dracula arrives on English soil. Stoker's uses the imagery of hell to describe Dracula's rage, writing: "his eyes were positively blazing...as if the flames of hell-fire blazed in them." This imagery of a fiery furnace is similar to Milton's description of Satan in Paradise Lost' as "the infernal serpent," dwelling in a "penal fire." However despite Satan's high status and charisma, he does not have the extreme contrast in personality, and the genteel almost awkward persona that Dracula has.
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