>This is a prime example of how people are so influenced by the images they
>see.  Most people are familiar with the Hollywood version of Dracula, but
>not acquainted with Stoker's original work.
Another good example is "Frankenstein" which tends to have the Hollywood
theme of "tampering in God's domain" projected back onto the novel where it
is muted or nonexistant.
Lang Thompson
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