The Vampire Diaries

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  • Violence In The Vampire Diaries

    “The Vampire Diaries is a supernatural drama television series developed by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec. The series premiered on The CW on September 10, 2009”(wikipidia). In the show the main character, Elena Gilbert, is torn tremendously between two vampire brothers, Stefan and Damon Salvatore. In the episode I recently watched, Damon (the mean bother out of the two) treats women like animals and not human beings. In the episode Damon “compels” (or in other words, manipulates) a young attractive girl (Caroline, Elena’s best friend) in becoming his girl friend, while at the same time he drinks blood from her. After he is done with her he once again compels her to forget everything and goes on with his day. The show depicts women as objects…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Vampire And The Vampire Diaries

    The Depictions Of Vampires: True Blood vs. The Vampire Diaries Vampires are popular in contemporary culture. They are the go-to creatures, the phenomenon people love featuring in TV shows and movies, such as The Vampire Diaries and True Blood. Vampires are some of the most popularized and interesting creatures depicted in fiction. They are the vampire’s literature raves about in novels; however, these creatures have taken an alternate route in appearance regarding popular media. Therefore, both…

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  • Essay On The Vampire Diaries

    “The Vampire Diaries” Season 8, News Update: Is Stefan’s Promise to Elena His Motivation to Save Damon Season 7 finale of “The Vampire Diaries” left fans with a perturbing mystery. After Damon and Enzo were affected by the monster in the vault, every fan has been curious to know their fate. Theories are swirling around in good numbers and one says that Stefan’s promise to Elena has got a lot to do with his resurrection. Stefan is that one person who truly believes that Damon is still alive…

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  • Analysis Of Dracula And The Vampire Diaries

    beginning, vampires were obsessed with human blood. Their craving for blood is a sign of lust and emotions. They develop different emotions when they are surrounded by blood. Sometimes the emotions are good, for example if they smell blood and they are able to taste it. Also, sometimes the emotions are bad, for example if they smell blood but had to resist it. The emotional appeal of horror for vampires is their thirst for blood. The movie Dracula which was produced in 1931, and directed by Tod…

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  • The Vampire Diaries Character Analysis

    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be the center of supernatural creatures lives and their plans? I read a part two version of a book called The Vampire Diaries by L.J. Smith. Officially, a new vampire, Elena is learning how to live her new life after she passed away by driving off a bridge. She was lucky to have vampire blood in her system, otherwise, she would have never come back from the dead. Stefan Salvatore, her boyfriend who is also a vampire, helps Elena survive despite…

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  • The Vampire Diaries Movie Analysis

    RAMOS, PATRICIA R61 153486 LIT13 Saved by Nonconformity Twilight. The Vampire Diaries. These are two examples that prove the rise of the glossed-over vampire series of the new generation. Vampires are no longer characterized by pointy teeth and bloodlust, but romanticized to the point that they even become love interests. However in Resureksyon, they broke off from these clichés; and amidst the unclear plotline, unnecessary effects, and underwhelming characters, perhaps that…

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  • Difference Between Dracula 'And The Vampire Diaries'

    Paragraph One: This paragraph will be about the changes by look from Dracula and The Vampire Diaries vampires. I plan on researching the the different looks of vampires like the skin, fangs, the face structure, the eyes and the clothes they wear. And also the what peoples think of these features and why they have those certain features.. Paragraph Two: This paragraph will be about the changes in Dracula to the vampires in The Vampire Diaries abilities. I plan on researching the difference…

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  • The Vampire Diaries Analysis

    There are many aspects of life that are always underrated by society. Nature is overlooked as we spend all our time indoors and books are becoming less prevalent as we keep our eyes glued to electronic screens. However, the one thing I find most underrated is the television series “The Originals”, a spin-off of the more popular show “The Vampire Diaries”. In “The Originals”, the most important concept that is emphasized is the idea that there is an “always and forever”, whether it be with…

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  • Sarah Zagorac Character Analysis

    Oh That Sarah Sarah Zagorac is just your normal below average young adult. Sarah is a naive girl with no friends, and no future. State Farm khakis are brighter than her future. At the end of senior year at William Harrison High School, her yearbook quote was, “When’s this due ?” “Stefen, I love you.” Vampire Diaries, “The Turning Point.” As Sarah watches this show intensely, with the lights off, she hears a thunderous bang. Sarah is home alone, so most people would go and check it out,…

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  • Reflective Essay On Vampire Diaries

    Vampire Diaries depicted young teenagers having premarital sex. True Blood was the first HBO program that I was exposed to. At first the explicit content was a shock, but after a while I got used to it. Media has had a huge effect on the way that I view sexuality. While I do not think it has completely shaped my views, I am aware that it has made me more comfortable and open to the idea of sex. Relationships One of the biggest relationships that have influenced me is the relationship that I have…

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