Dracula And “The Devil’s Waltz”

When you look closely at the original Bram Stoker Dracula novel, one of the things that strikes you is how much the story is in fact about loyalty and relationships.

As weeks progress, we are draw deeper and deeper into Dracula’s psyche and his pain. If the people closest to us were murdered in such a horrific way, I suspect we would also seek such vengence of those responsible. The lengths and strengths of his deceptions are, to say the least, impressive. From one show to the next, I see his hope growing and Dracula beoming increasingly desperate that he will ever have her back completely. Do you think he’s on a fool’s errand or will their eternal love win out in the end?

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1 comment

  1. Hmmm? It’s hard to tell, and she looks like she is really into him. It’s so sad to loose a true love the way Dracula did. It almost has me feeling sorry for the blood sucking vamp. But, hey? Who knows what will become of this. Dracula could get his love mia back. Vampires should have happy endings too.

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