*A new edition of one of the greatest horror stories in English literature, the novel that spawned a myth and a proliferation of vampire franchises in film, television, graphic novels, cartoons, and teen fiction.
|Kiadó||Oxford University Press|
|Sorozat||Oxford World\'s Classics|
*Includes a lively and fascinating Introduction that considers Stoker's Irish heritage, the Gothic genre and vampire legend, sexual allegory, and the social and cultural contexts that feed into the novel: the New Woman, new technology, race, immigration,
*Chronology of Bram Stoker and Timeline of Vampire Literature before Dracula.
*Comprehensive Explanatory Notes flesh out vampire mythology and historical allusions.
*Includes 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.
New to this edition
*Critically up-to-date Introduction by Roger Luckhurst.
*Expanded Notes by Roger Luckhurst.
*Timeline of Vampire Literature before Dracula.
*Updated Select Bibliography.
*Appendix: Bram Stoker's short story, 'Dracula's Guest'.
*Newly typeset text of novel in larger typeface.
'it was butcher work...the horrid screeching as the stake drove home