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Dracula (Temporis) epub

by Elizabeth Miller


Dracula (Temporis) epub

ISBN: 1844848817

ISBN13: 978-1844848812

Author: Elizabeth Miller

Category: Photo

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: Parkstone Press (September 30, 2012)

Pages: 256 pages

ePUB book: 1989 kb

FB2 book: 1299 kb

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Transylvanian mystique and legendary hauntedness surround the most infamous of Bram Stoker's protagonists.

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Transylvanian mystique and legendary hauntedness surround the most infamous of Bram Stoker's protagonists, forming a legacy that allows the myth to continue into modern times, maintaining a cultish following, yet broadening to a general fascination.

by Elizabeth Russell Miller. Art Arts, Music & Photography Book Design Fiction Horror Literary Criticism Literary Criticism & Collections Literature & Fiction Performing Arts Social Science Social Sciences. More by Elizabeth Russell Miller. Elizabeth Russell Miller. A Dracula Handbook provides succinct and accurate information about Dracula. Written for a general readership.

Elizabeth Russell Miller (born February 26, 1939) is Professor Emerita at Memorial University of Newfoundland. She currently resides in Toronto. In her early academic career, she focused on Newfoundland literature, primarily the life and work of her. In her early academic career, she focused on Newfoundland literature, primarily the life and work of her father, well-known Newfoundland author and humorist Ted Russell.

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Recently a long-lost journal belonging to Dracula author Bram Stoker was discovered in his great-grandson .

Recently a long-lost journal belonging to Dracula author Bram Stoker was discovered in his great-grandson Noel’s dusty attic. Published now to coincide with the centenary of Stoker’s death, the text of this stunning find, written between 1871 and 1881, mostly in his native Dublin, will captivate scholars of Gothic literature and Dracula fans alike. Assisted by a team of scholars and Stoker historians, Dacre Stoker and Professor Elizabeth Miller neatly connect the dots between the contents of the journal and Bram Stoker’s later work, most significantly Dracula. Until now, discussion of the very private Bram Stoker has, by necessity, been largely speculative.

A DRACULA HANDBOOK A Dracula Handbook provides succinct and accurate information about Dracula. Elizabeth Miller, Professor Emerita (English), Memorial University of Newfoundland, is recognized internationally as a leading authority on Dracula. Written for a general readership, the book should appeal to aficionados, students and the just-plain-curious. She has lectured in Canada, the United States, and Europe, has participated in several radio and television documentaries, and has been featured in leading magazines and newspapers.

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Dracula is a myth that captivates both the young and old. More than hundred years after the vampire’s success as the protagonist of Bram Stoker’s classic novel (Dracula, 1887) it is more than overdue to dedicate a comprehensive work to this unconventional hero.

The present illustrated book informs Dracula specialists and everyday readers about the myth’s historic beginnings, its fi ctional representations in literature, and its fi lm, TV or stage adaptations during the twentieth century. This collection of images is a must have for everyone interested in Dracula and the world of horror - and might prove to today’s younger generation that vampires did not begin with the Twilight series.