Racula by Bram Stoker gender and sensuality

The vampire legend was largely popularized by Dracula. Part of what make Dracula himself such a successful and puzzling charater is his ability to seem human, yet have superhuman ablities. His quest for survival and urges to seem so human. Part of this is the sensuality with which the vampire attacks. What the attack lacks in violence it makes up in sensuality, hypnotism and manipulation of the victims state of mind. ****Discuss gender and sensuality in Dracula and how this unique quality of the vampire determines the behavior of the charaters in the novel. Please mention simularities between this and Charles Darwin being Animal-like”. ****