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Essential Dracula
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Bram Stoker - The Essential Dracula - Edited by Leonard Wolf - HC. NY: IBOOKS, 2004. First Edition. 6 X 9. Hard Cover. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0739456105. The Essential Dracula includes : The complete Novel by Bram Stoker; Notes, Bibliography, and filmography revised in collaboration with Roxana Stuart ; Overview: Illustrated with original woodcuts and reproductions of Victorian era photos and engravings. Fully annotated edition of what is unquestionably the most famous vampire story ever written, Bram Stoker's "Dracula". This edition contains the complete original text as well as the deleted original first chapter which was later published separately under the title "Dracula's Guest." Leonard Wolf's introduction provides details on Stoker's life as well as the cultural history of the Dracula myth and the literary history of the vampire novel from Polidori's 1819 "The Vampire" to Anne Rice's Lestat novels. Also included is commentary by such noted modern genre writers as Robert Bloch, Harlan Ellison and Marion Zimmer Bradley and a select vampire filmography. 484 pages. First Hardcover.

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