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Vantage Classics, 2011 - Fiction - 386 pages
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Since its publication in 1897 Dracula has enthralled generations of readers with the alluring malevolence of its undead Count, the most famous vampire in literature. Though Bram Stoker did not invent vampires, his novel helped catapult them to iconic stature, spawning a genre of stories and movies that flourishes to this day. A century of imitations has done nothing to diminish the fascination of Stoker’s tale of a suave and chilling monster as he stalks his prey from a crumbling castle in Transylvania’s Carpathian mountains to an insane asylum in England to the bedrooms of his swooning female victims. A classic of Gothic horror, Dracula remains an irresistible entertainment of undying appeal.

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User Review  - izzycubs932 - LibraryThing

The imagery and foreshadowing even before he meets the Count is incredible throughout the book. The relationships between the characters feel organic, and I loved the way that Mr. Stoker presented the ... Read full review

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User Review  - engpunk77 - LibraryThing

My son's reading a kid's version right now. I remember thinking this book was a total disappointment. Read it in my "Vampirism" class at UCSB. I wish I could see what Rickels (my Vampirism professor) is doing with the Twilight series now! Read full review

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About the author (2011)

ABRAHAM “BRAM” STOKER (1847–1912) was born in Ireland. He began his career as a theater critic before becoming manager of London’s Lyceum Theatre.Draculawas Stoker’s fourth novel; he went on to write many more, includingThe Lady of the ShroudandThe Lair of the White Worm.

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