In these final chapters, we witness several clashes of ideas that range from the natural presence of a beautiful woman and a man’s unconditional love and care to the Gypsies and the Western men. As Van Helsing becomes paralyzed with desire and love upon seeing the vampire women in their deceiving state proves another theme to not judge a book by its cover, but also a subliminal message within this novel against women and their dominating external image against a man. Additionally, as the Gypsies transported Dracula, it seemed a very Gypsy thing to do. Viewed as outcasts, Gypsies were frowned upon for their superstitious actions and way of living. This is where Morris, Harker, and the other men take on the Gypsies with their clashing beliefs to eradicate their superstitious master, Dracula.

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