1 edition of Dracula found in the catalog.
|Statement||Recorded Books Inc.|
|Publishers||Recorded Books Inc.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
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Apparently, up to this point, he had just been harassing his neighbors and nibbling on Romanian women. Auerbach, Nina; Skal, David J. and the terror of the ship's crew that carried his earth boxes across the sea, all will stay with you.
She explains that, at the time of the novel's composition and publication, the "threatening degenerate was Dracula identified as the racial Other, the alien intruder who invades the country to disrupt the domestic order and enfeeble the host race".
Chicago, Illinois: Retrieved 13 April 2019. In Hughes, William; Smith, Andrew eds. Also included are a discussion of Stoker's working notes for the novel and "Dracula's Guest," the original opening chapter to Dracula.
Ch 7, Jonathan Harker's Journal. Stoker's first biographer, Harry Ludlam, wrote in 1962 that writing commenced on Dracula around 1895 or 1896. The authors have decidedly followed the modern acceptance that not all monsters should be totally evil and perhaps there is a watchful, even protective, connection with her.
It is this very difference that makes it great viewing.
Van Helsing refers to the act of drinking blood by both the vampire and the victim "the Vampire's Baptism of Blood".
I never was a fan of Dracula and I usually don't read books about vampires, but this one is so different.