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The Forgotten Writings of Bram Stoker (Excerpt) by John Edgar Browning | Tor.com

The Forgotten Writings of Bram Stoker (Excerpt) by John Edgar Browning | Tor.com | Gothic Literature | Scoop.it
Check out this excerpt from The Lost Writings of Bram Stoker, edited by John Edgar Browning, out on December 24.
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OUPblog » Blog Archive » Dracula: an audio guide

OUPblog » Blog Archive » Dracula: an audio guide | Gothic Literature | Scoop.it

Bram Stoker’s 1897 Gothic shocker introduced Count Dracula to the world, an ancient creature bent on bringing his contagion to London, the very heart of the British Empire. As the horrifying story unfolds in the diaries and letters of young Jonathan Harker, Lucy, Mina, and Dr Seward, Dracula will be victorious unless his nemesis Professor Van Helsing can persuade them that monsters still lurk in the era of electric light.

The most famous of all vampire stories, Dracula is a mirror of its age, its underlying themes of race, religion, science, superstition, and sexuality never far from the surface. Below is a sequence of podcasts with Roger Luckhurst, who has edited a new edition of Dracula for Oxford World’s Classics, recorded by George Miller of Podularity.

 

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Resurrected: Dracula author Bram Stoker's first attempts at Gothic horror

Resurrected: Dracula author Bram Stoker's first attempts at Gothic horror | Gothic Literature | Scoop.it
For more than a hundred years the name Count Dracula has struck a chill into the hearts of readers. The original Bram Stoker novel has spawned countless imitation stories and a rich tradition of vampire films that still thrill audiences today.

Now, in the centenary year of the author's death, a discovery of lost work by him has shed fresh light on a great horror masterpiece. An American author has unearthed writings by the Irish novelist that were published more than a century ago in periodicals that have long since disappeared, some of which give new insights into his 1897 story of the bloodsucking count.
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The impact of the Dracula myth on the image of Romania in British and American literatures

The impact of the Dracula myth on the image of Romania in British and American literatures | Gothic Literature | Scoop.it

This research studies the impact of the Dracula myth on the reflection of Romania in British and American representations, and also intends to offer a synthesis of the Romanian answer to this phenomenon.

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