This is going to be a research essay about the main female characters that are represented in these three Gothic Literature texts. For instance, how do the main female characters break off those stereotypical roles that are usually assigned to them? Like Lucy in Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” where she is first depicted as “innocent” or “pure” but once she vamps, she is not viewed as innocent anymore. How are the main female characters considered femme fatale? The same also applies to the male main characters as well, what are ways that Christian (from Clemence Housman’s “The Were-Wolf”) differs from your typical masculine male main character? We only need 5 secondary scholarly sources for this research essay, I listed 8 since the Gothic texts are considered as the three primary sources. Here are the links to the texts -> Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” , Clemence Housman’s “The Were-Wolf” , and Vernon Lee’s “Amour Dure” (which ends on page 58 in the book).


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