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Dracula (Oxford World's Classics) The Most Famous Of All Vampire Stories, Dracula Remains A Compelling Read, Rattling Along At Break Neck Speed, A True Page Turner Here Is A New Edition Of One Of The Great Horror Stories In English Literature, The Novel That Spawned A Myth And A Proliferation Of Vampire Tales In Film, Television, Graphic Novels, Cartoons, And Teen Fiction, Including The Current Craze Revolving Around The Twilight And True Blood Series The Volume Includes A Lively And Fascinating Introduction By Roger Luckhurst That Considers The Gothic Genre And Vampire Legend, Discusses The Vampire Tale As Sexual Allegory, And Outlines The Social And Cultural Contexts That Feed Into The Novel, Including The New Woman, New Technology, Race, Immigration, And Religion In Addition, Luckhurst Provides Comprehensive Explanatory Notes That Flesh Out Vampire Mythology And Historical Allusions, Plus An Appendix Featuring Stoker S Short Story, Dracula S Guest, An Early Draft Or Abandoned Chapter That Was Not Published As Part Of The Novel Also Included Are A Chronology Of Bram Stoker S Life And A Timeline Of Vampire Literature Before DraculaAbout The Series For Over Years Oxford World S Classics Has Made Available The Broadest Spectrum Of Literature From Around The Globe Each Affordable Volume Reflects Oxford S Commitment To Scholarship, Providing The Most Accurate Text Plus A Wealth Of Other Valuable Features, Including Expert Introductions By Leading Authorities, Voluminous Notes To Clarify The Text, Up To Date Bibliographies For Further Study, And Much


4 thoughts on “Dracula (Oxford World's Classics)

  1. says:

    You know that scene in a horror movie when it gets dark and ominous music begins to play and you know that at any moment the killer is going to suddenly appear and murder everyone in a horrible fashion That intense build up, and the anxiety of wondering exactly


  2. says:

    The story itself is a classic example of horror fiction and needs no description or criticism.However, the editing, formatting, and so called introductions are AWFUL in this edition Character names are misspelled Renfield is called Enfield in the introduction Font size i


  3. says:

    I have read Dracula before This is not it This book reads like a poor translation from English to some other language and then back to English I only made it through two pages before I just gave up I gave one star because it is not possible to give zero.The first sentence Left Mun


  4. says:

    I hear people make references to Dracula and Vlad the Impaler and vampires in general, but I never really understood the sophisticated ones because I had never read the book well now I can say that I HAVE My book arrived in excellent condition better than I expected The cover of this book


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