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Dracula's brethren / Edited by Richard Dalby and Brian J. Frost.

Dalby, Richard, (editor.).

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  • 2 of 2 copies available at BC Interlibrary Connect. (Show)
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Fort Nelson Public Library.

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Fort Nelson Public Library FIC DAL (Text) 35246000933109 Adult Fiction (main level) Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780008216481 (tpbk)
  • Physical Description: vi, 355 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
  • Publisher: London : HarperCollins Publishers, 2017.

Content descriptions

General Note: Vintage Vampire Classics by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Fergus Hume, Louisa May Alcott and Others.
Formatted Contents Note: The Bride of the Isles by Anonymous -- The unholy compact abjured by Charles Pigault-Lebrun -- Viy by Nikolai Gogol -- The burgomaster in bottle by Erckmann-Chatrain -- Lost in a pyramid; or, The mummy's curse by Louisa May Alcott -- Professor Brankel's secret by Fergus Hume -- John Barrington Cowles by Arthus Conan Doyle -- Manor by Karl Heinrich Ulrichs -- Old Aeson by Arthur Quiller-Couch -- The mask by Richard Marsh -- The last of the vampires by Phil Robinson -- The story of Jella and the macic by Professor P. Jones -- The ring of knowledge by William Beer -- A beautiful vampire by Arabella Kenealy -- The story of Baelbrow by E. & H. Heron -- The purple terror by Fred M. White -- Glàmr by Sabine Baring-Gould -- The vampire Nemesis by 'Dolly' -- The electric vampire by F.H. Power.
Summary, etc.: In 1897, Bram Stoker's iconic DRACULA redefined the horror genre and had a significant impact on the image of the vampire in popular culture. But encounters with the undead were nothing new: they had electrified readers of Gothic fiction since even before Victorian times. Dracula's Brethren is a tribute to those early writers, a collation of 19 archetypal tales written between 1820 and 1910, many long forgotten, celebrating the vampire stories that both inspired and were inspired by Bram Stoker's iconic novel.
Subject: Horror tales
Vampires > Fiction

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