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Is Dracula by bram stoker an evil presece or a real character?

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The character of "Dracula" is fictional - there are no such things as human vampires. It is thought that Stoker took some of his ideas and themes from stories of tyrannical Hungarian and Roumanian kings and princes of long ago, some of whom were partial to impaling their enemies on poles in the market square, but that is all. There is no Frankenstein's monster, either.
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