Reading Bram Stoker's Dracula will eventually lead the reader to the fascinating and tragic character of Renfield. Stoker presents an interesting character but he doesn't explain how Renfield became the incarcerated, bug eating, rodent eating servant of Dracula. This book Renfield fully explains how Renfield became this person through vibrant character description and a strong plot. More
The book Renfield explains the nature and back story of the character found in Braham Stoker's Dracula. It expounds on his character and the development of his nature and his story. It explores his own discomfort with choice as he looks for someone to free him of this burden. The story shows the tragic results of such consequences with ultimately a station of slavery to the dark figure of Dracula. Renfield indulges into his own desires as well as finding an increase in his own self-revulsion. Renfield's daughter is the only light bright enough to counter the evil found in his life. There becomes a struggle between good and evil to claim his soul. This story allows the reader to follow this struggle with insight, character development and compelling sub-plots. This story is a fascinating psychological study as well as a riveting story that will be difficult to put down. It is a story of a tragic character who ultimately finds redemption in the end.
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