Dracula by Bram Stoker (Annotated and Illustrated): A Classic Gothic Vampire Illustrated and Annotated Novel
by Bram Stoker
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Bram Stoker's Dracula
Let your literary teeth sink into a blood-chilling vampire classic that has defined the horror genre for over a century. In this book, Bram Stoker has managed to craft the ideal Gothic novel. Even today, blood, fear, and terror radiate from the pages of this thrilling work of fiction.Follow the story of young Jonathan Harker who goes on a voyage to Transilvania, to meet a mysterious figure who is looking to sell some property and move to London. Little did John know what sinister tale awaits him and those closest to him.Written as an epistolary novel, as a series of letters or journal entries, Dracula by Bram Stoker is truly a timeless vampire horror classic. Unlike what you might have expected to find on the movie or TV screen, the Dracula of Bram Stoker is a far more monstrous figure. He is tall, muscular, hairy, a beast in the skin of man. Likewise, Stoker is one of the rare authors who have touched upon the vampire subject who has come to realize just what it would be like to live so long with so much power. His Dracula is charming, and wise, both by self-education and by experience. Quotes like "To truly love is to truly know" prove the ingenuity of both the author and the character he created.With page after page of this gripping tale, Bram Stoker scares the audiences of today where he would scandalize them in previous times. Additionally, the book covers various themes, from fear of immigrants, latent homosexuality, what it was like to be a woman at the end of the 20th century and what was expected of her,Read it today and find out why the likes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the famous author of the greatest fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, referred to the book as one of the most gripping and bone-chilling tales he has ever read.
Length: 455 Pages (22,770 KB)Lending: Not EnabledAdded: Sep 27th, 2020