Dracula: Book Summary & Literary Analysis


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Why does Jonathan Harker go to Transylvania in the beginning of the novel Dracula?

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1. What happens to Lucy in the novel Dracula?

2. In the novel Dracula, how does Dracula control Mina?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This worksheet and quiz set will test your understanding of the events of Dracula. To successfully pass the quiz, you will need to know about topics such as the fate of Lucy and how Jonathan Harker meets Dracula.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Assess your knowledge of the following topics by utilizing this quiz and worksheet:

  • The reason Jonathan Harker visits Transylvania
  • The result of Lucy's interaction with Dracula
  • Dracula's method of controlling his victims
  • Dracula's fate at the end of the novel
  • The major event at the end of the novel

Skills Practiced

This worksheet and quiz combination let you practice the following skills:

  • Information recall - access knowledge you have gained about Dracula's interactions with other characters and his fate
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson that covers themes and motifs in Dracula
  • Knowledge application - use what you've learned to answer questions about major characters and key events in Dracula

Additional Learning

To learn more about Dracula, review the accompanying lesson called Dracula: Book Summary & Literary Analysis. The lesson covers these important objectives:

  • Review the synopsis of Dracula
  • Identify how main characters symbolize good and evil
  • Recognize the changes in Lucy during the novel and how they represent repressed female sexuality
  • Discover the role of blood in the story
  • Explore how religion influences the battle against Dracula