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Dracula: Authoritative Text Contexts Reviews and Reactions Dramatic and Film Variations Criticism -
Dracula: Authoritative Text Contexts Reviews and Reactions Dramatic and Film Variations Criticism
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Mysterious, gloomy castles and open graves at midnight are just two of the Gothic devices used to chilling effect in this 19th-century horror classic that turned an obscure figure from Eastern European folklore into a towering icon of film and literature.
Mysterious, gloomy castles and open graves at midnight are just two of the Gothic devices used to chilling effect in this 19th-century horror classic that turned an obscure figure from Eastern European folklore into a towering icon of film and literature.
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Format: ebook
ASIN: 9780393970128
Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
Edition language: English
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The Girl who Reads
The Girl who Reads rated it
4.0 Dracula: Authoritative Text Contexts Reviews and Reactions Dramatic and Film Variations Criticism
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Great Imaginations
Great Imaginations rated it
2.0 Dracula: Authoritative Text Contexts Reviews and Reactions Dramatic and Film Variations Criticism
I just couldn't do it. I literally dreaded going back to this one. It was worse than Pride and Prejudice. It was ridiculously wordy with crap that didn't matter and had nothing to do with the plot. This is just my opinion and maybe I'm just not cut out for reading these types of books. How long...
Jennifer | Book Den
Jennifer | Book Den rated it
4.0 Dracula: Authoritative Text Contexts Reviews and Reactions Dramatic and Film Variations Criticism
Dracula far exceeded my expectations. I assumed several elements of Dracula (era, the story being told through journal entries and letters, different dialects, etc) would make it a slow read. My assumptions were wrong. The story was engrossing from the very beginning.It was a very eerie read. I ...
Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookworms
Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookworms rated it
4.0 Dracula: Authoritative Text Contexts Reviews and Reactions Dramatic and Film Variations Criticism
If I could have given half stars, it would have gotten 3.5 stars this time. It reads like a history book - I had forgotten! And the language is old, and it's a very slow read.However, it's always interesting to read the beginning of vampire novels. And very funny the way the men felt about women ...
That's What She Read
That's What She Read rated it
5.0 Dracula: Authoritative Text Contexts Reviews and Reactions Dramatic and Film Variations Criticism
I first read Dracula in elementary school; I believe I was eight or nine years old at the time. You could say that this is the book that started it all - my love of classics, my love of suspense, and especially my love of vampires. There is something so mysterious, so sensual, and so deliciously ...
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