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The Protagonist is just not one person; in fact, they are Jonathan Harker, Arthur Holmwood, Abraham Van Helsing, Doctor Seward, Quincey P. Morris and Mina Harker. They stand for good and are out to erase the evil. They are brave and loyal. They are out to stamp out evil irrespective of their fate. They give chase to the vampire, plotting maneuvering to kill Count Dracula. These brave people stand together at all times, even at their peril.
The antagonist is Dracula. He has supernatural powers. He makes a formidable enemy who manages to outwit the protagonist each time. He can change into fog, mist, wolf, or dog at his own will. He is absolutely unscrupulous and wants to defile all the protagonist women. He makes Lucy a deadly vampire but she is not as dangerous as he is. He is mocking and beautiful and very dangerous.
There are two climaxes. When the protagonists corner Lucy, the Vampire and kill her by trapping her with garlic and crucifix. They cut off her head and put garlic into her mouth. Dracula is cornered in the end amidst the gypsies. A battle ensues. Jonathan rushes to the coffin along with Quincey who is fatally wounded. They open the box and both Jonathan’s and Quincey’s knives pierce into Dracula’s heart. Quincey dies and so does Dracula.
The outcome is good, as in both cases the protagonist is triumphant. Except for the death of Quincey, everything else is triumphant.