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Author Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912.

Title Dracula [electronic resource] / by Bram Stoker.

Publication Info. [Chatham, Mass.] : Fictionwise, Inc., [2000]
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Summary More than a century after its first publication, Dracula remains the ultimate horror story, thrilling readers with its hair-raising portrait of a bloodthirsty vampire set loose on an English port town. Spawning countless film adaptations and literary spin-offs, Stoker's novel, a patchwork of letters, diary entries, and newspaper clippings, was the first to capture vampire mythology as we know it. We can still trace its abiding influence among the cinemas, bookstores, and television programs of today.
Subject Dracula, Count (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Romanians -- Great Britain -- Fiction.
Transylvania (Romania) -- Fiction.
British -- Romania -- Fiction.
Vampires -- Fiction.
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