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DÉAMBULATION THÉÂTRALE "DRACULA" AU MUSÉE ERNEST COGNACQ

Cultural ,  Lecture in Saint-Martin-de-Ré

  • Make sure you don't fall asleep where you are!" The castle is old, rich in memories, and anyone who sleeps where he shouldn't experience terrible nightmares. "

    Historical and legendary figure of the Romanian resistance against the Turks in the 15th century, Prince Vlad Dragula, bloodthirsty warrior, inspired Bram Stoker, Irish writer born in 1847 in Dublin (died in 1912), for the creation of Count Dracula, mythical vampire horror literature from the end of the 19th century. Published in...
    Make sure you don't fall asleep where you are!" The castle is old, rich in memories, and anyone who sleeps where he shouldn't experience terrible nightmares. "

    Historical and legendary figure of the Romanian resistance against the Turks in the 15th century, Prince Vlad Dragula, bloodthirsty warrior, inspired Bram Stoker, Irish writer born in 1847 in Dublin (died in 1912), for the creation of Count Dracula, mythical vampire horror literature from the end of the 19th century. Published in 1897, Dracula is an epistolary novel that expresses a desire to escape the control of Victorian-era morality that corsets souls and bodies.

    The vampire helps to exorcise the fears of the London or Hoffmanian mists of German romanticism from the time and until today, when other monsters threaten humanity: viruses, major economic crises, the rise of fanaticism. Would vampires be a refuge from this end-of-the-world angst, this major societal collapse? From vampirism to political opportunism, there is only one leap ...


    IN THE MUSEUM

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    Free entry | Reservations essential on 05 46 09 21 22
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  • On October 30, 2021 from 7:00 PM to 7:00 PM and from 9:30 PM to 9:30 PM