Bram Stoker, Dracula
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Dracula eNotes Lesson Plan
Summary, analysis, criticism, discussion questions, writing topics, assessments, more.

Biography and Digital Texts

New 10/3Archaeologists Think They’ve Found the Dungeon Where Dracula Was Kept
Short informational article.

Bram Stoker
The author's biography at Wikipedia.

Bram Stoker
Video biography (45:23).

Dracula
Downloadable text of the novel in multiple formats, including EPUB, Kindle, or plain text.

Dracula
Downloadable audio files of the novel in multiple formats, including MP3, iTunes, and Ogg Vorbis.

Dracula
Use the arrows at the top to navigate this digitized edition dated 1897.

Dracula
Listen to the novel in MP3 or Ogg Vorbis format.

Lesson Plans

Dracula
A variety of reading strategies for this novel, including directed reading/thinking and reciprocal teaching.

Dracula by Bram Stoker
Vocabulary, focus questions, additional links, classroom activities.

Dracula by Bram Stoker
Scroll down to find a list of post-reading activities.

Dracula: Digital Booktalk
This short video (1:40) could serve as a prereading activity.

Dracula Lesson Plans
This unit plan includes comprehension questions and a rough pacing guide.

The Gothic
In this video from the British Library (8:51), Professor John Bowen discusses key motifs in Gothic novels, including the uncanny, the sublime and the supernatural. Includes brief discussion of sexuality as motif; preview for appropriateness. Also available at YouTube, here.



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