Consider the spaces inhabited (and/or invaded) by vampires in the most recent sections of the novel. If we see these choices as deliberately made by Stoker to draw our attention to the relationship between space and cultural identity, what do they reveal about the state of Englishness at this point in the narrative? Select one or two spaces on which to comment.
Examples you might examine (you may choose others, of course):
—Lucy in the London Cemetery.
—Dracula’s lodgings in Mile End and Bermondsy (both average ‘Londoner’ districts) and Picadilly, the center of the city.
—Dracula feeding in the English bedroom: implications for gender and sexuality.