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  • Aawright

    Blade themes

    May 4, 2017 by Aawright

    Blade is an interesting character. He is the epitome of his species by being vampirical but gains his powers through birthright. He is African-American, which is not how most protagonist vampires are portrayed historically. He lives like he is a poor underground street hustler in a warehouse. Yet he has his multiple weapons and bullets made of silver, uses science and tech (ultra-violet light, chemicals), and vehicles for transportation. Meanwhile on the other end of the spectrum there is the counsel, and his nemesis for this movie Frost, who is a part of the white male power structure of the counsel all live opulently and don’t practice their supposed “forgotten faith” (Vampire Bible, Blood God etc..). Apart from Frost, they are old blood…

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    April 18, 2017 by Aawright

    The story of “Carmilla”[1] was about a young girl who was isolated in a castle who longed for a friend of the same age to share life with. When she meets the character of Carmilla she gets more than she bargained for. The themes of the story address the dangers of not being cautious about meeting strangers. It also includes themes of female teen relationships and the confusion of sexuality. The character of Carmilla herself is a vampire who uses charm and finesse but never truly overpowers her victims. She is introduced after the carriage she is riding in tips over and is taken into the castle by the residents there. She stays for a while and seduces the people, while because of age, people assume she is an innocent, little do they realize…

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  • Aawright

    It was clear from the get-go that the character of Stubbe Peeter was an outsider. The idea that the tale had passed from the Baltic regions to London shows that society felt the need to use it to warn or strike fear in others about outsiders about the consequence of incest, rape, and murder. The advanced warning in the English translation was clearly written with a religious bent.  Anyone who would participate in the study of or search information of the things forbidden like the occult during adolescence would end up twisted.[1] The hint that his interests warped Stubbe Peeter and he was more interested in sex than station in life would have been at odds with society. That he would go to the ends of violence to protect his secrets until h…

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