Dracula: The Author's Cut
Bram Stoker's classic bestseller Dracula was first published in 1897. But in 1901 Stoker revised and edited the book for a new English edition. Stoker's aim was to tighten the novel, cutting out a lot of the slower-paced and dialogue-heavy scenes. Overall he reduced the work by 15% - a significant change. Since this is the last work he did on the book it stands as the final and definitive author's cut. For the first time in over 100 years this is that original author's cut. All other print editions of the story use the out-of-date text of the 1897 edition.
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