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Bram Stoker’s Dracula, upon its publication in 1897, shocked, captivated, offended, titillated, outraged, and thrilled. Two years later it astounded an American reviewer that Stoker might be a successful businessman let alone the creator of the mysterious, seductive count from a castle (and coffin) in Transylvania. In more than a century since, Bram Stoker’s Dracula has never gone out of print. Yet the count has long overshadowed his author. This generously illustrated documentary collection explores in full the scope of the Dracula phenomenon, from the folkloric origins of the vampire legend to its unending legacy as a vitals influence on the literary and performing arts, not to mention the Romanian tourist industry. Nor does it overlook Bram Stoker himself. Notes, Checklist for Reference and Further Reading. B&W illus. 391p.
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An extraordinary literary find—the lost notebooks of the man who wrote Dracula.
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Vampire Life

By Richard Rainey

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Presents the history behind vampire life, including their body parts, hunting styles, and weaknesses.
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