Dracula, Bram Stoker 
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Book
Fantasy
Horror
Mystery
Paranormal
Book
Fantasy
Horror
Mystery
Paranormal
Updated: September 18, 2020
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned in passing (in discussion and/or implied)
Sexual harassment (e.g. verbal or non-consensual touching/grabbing)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sexual abuse
Incest
Attempted rape
Rape strongly implied/details surrounding a rape discussed in detail (i.e. the events before/after)
Detailed/vivid description of rape

Description

While there is technically no rape, Dracula turning women into vampires is well-known to have sexual undertones and to be related to the moral panic around women's sexual freedom at the time.

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