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October 30, 2008

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jake

G'day

my name is jake nicholson and i just discovered your blog.

i am currently completing my final year of high school, and in that i am completing my english extension 2 major work.

i was wondering if you may offer assistance or maybe even an opinion, which would be awesome;

my chosen subject is:

Vampires: literary representations and symbols of human development and liberation

in this i will be closely studying the change in vampire literature, and how the vampire ideal differs within victorian, contemporary and neo-vampiric fiction, incorporating the anti-vampire phenomena i.e. vampire hunters as a rejection and sort of sick embrace of the genre and how this all represents a changing human race and with such a marked change in literature.

many thanks in advance;

Jake
jakey-wakey19@hotmail.com

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