The Penguin book of vampire stories

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Penguin, 1988 - Fiction - 621 pages
11 Reviews
/Alan Ryan, editor Collected here are 32 stories featuring the frightening creature--the vampire. Just in time for Halloween, this character will be shown in all its forms--male, female, alive, undead, on the prowl, in the bedroom, hungry and hedonistic, doomed and

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Review: The Penguin Book of Vampire Stories

User Review  - Redwan Orittro - Goodreads

Chilly and dark. This book combines stories mostly from Eastern European literature. Read full review

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User Review  - Abby Starkel - Goodreads

This book was not for me. I don't particularly like the books that have lots of small stories in them. I did enjoy some of the stories in this book, but, for the most part, I didn't really enjoy the book. It was kind of difficult to understand, and didn't really keep my attention well. Read full review

Contents

Fragment of a Novel 1816
1
The Vampyre 1819
7
Varney the Vampyre or the Feast of Blood
25
Copyright

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About the Author
Alan Ryan is Professor of Politics at Princeton University. He is the author and editor of a number of books, including Social Explanation, Justice, and Essays on Thomas Hobbes, all published by Oxford.

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