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While Bram Stoker didn't invent the vampire, his 1897 novel Dracula has been the defining force in the popularity and evolution of vampire mythology today. The story of its infamous antagonist Count Dracula is told in the form of letters and diary entries.

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Drácula (Vlad Draculea), protagonista de la novela homónima del irlandés Bram Stoker, de 1897, que dio lugar a una larga lista de versiones de cine, cómics y teatro. Drácula es el más famoso de los «vampiros humanos». Se dice que Stoker fue asesorado por un erudito sobre temas orientales, el húngaro Hermann (Arminius) Vambéry, que se reunió algunas veces con el escritor para comentarle las peripecias del verdadero Drácula.

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A few months before the lamented death of my husband—I might say even as the shadow of death was over him—he planned three series of short stories for publication, and the present volume is one of them. To his original list of stories in this book, I have added an hitherto unpublished episode from Dracula. It was originally excised owing to the length of the book, and may prove of interest to the many readers of what is considered my husband's most remarkable work. The other stories have already been published in English and American periodicals. Had my husband lived longer, he might have seen fit to revise this work, which is mainly from the earlier years of his strenuous life. But, as fate has entrusted to me the issuing of it, I consider it fitting and proper to let it go forth practically as it was left by him

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is Bram Stoker’s classic gothic tale of Count Dracula, one of the most famous characters ever created in fiction, his relationship with Jonathan and Mina Harker, pursuit by Professor van Helsing and ultimate destruction in the name of love. Intent on immigrating to England, Count Dracula enlists the services of Jonathan Harker to arrange the purchase of a suitable residence. Intrigued by the young Harker and his beautiful wife, Mina, Dracula sets in motion a series of events that threatens the sanity of all. Recognized today as a horror classic, at the time of its publication in 1897 touched on and challenged such contemporary themes as the role of women in Victorian England, sexual conventions, and colonialism. Using historical and regional folklore as a basis, Stoker defined the modern vampire, and his definition continues to influence current depictions of vampires across all forms of media. Widely believed to be the deleted first chapter of, “Dracula’s Guest,­” taken from Bram . . .

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It all seemed so real that I could hardly imagine that it had ever occurred before; and yet each episode came, not as a fresh step in the logic of things, but as something expected. It is in such a wise that memory plays its pranks for good or ill; for pleasure or pain; for weal or woe. It is thus that life is bittersweet, and that which has been done becomes eternal.

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El huésped de Drácula emprende un viaje en donde sigue a un caballero inglés mientras se pasea por Munich antes de llegar a Transilvania. Una noche el joven inglés deja el hotel y da un paseo por el bosque. Se siente observando...

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Dracula, by Bram Stoker, is the famous gothic novel that tells the story of Count Dracula. Stoker creates journal entries and letters to recount Dracula's actions, beginning with a close encounter with the Brides of Dracula, and including things such as his connections with Lucy Westenra and Professor Van Helsing. The illustrious horror novel Dracula, by Bram Stoker, explores the tales of the legendary vampire Count Dracula.
Published: Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Subject: Fiction / Classics
Language: English

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