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Dracula (Word Cloud Classics)

Dracula (Word Cloud Classics)


Book Overview: Dracula (Word Cloud Classics)

Irish author Bram Stoker introduced the character of Count Dracula and provided the basis of modern vampire fiction in his 1897 novel entitled Dracula. Written as a series of letters, newspaper clippings, diary entries, and ships' logs, the story begins with lawyer Jonathan Harker journeying to meet Dracula at his remote castle to complete a real estate transaction. Harker soon discovers that he is being held prisoner, and that Dracula has a rather disquieting nocturnal life. Touching on themes such as Victorian culture, immigration, and colonialism, among others, this timeless classic is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats! Now available as part of the Word Cloud Classics series, Dracula is a must-have addition to the libraries of all classic literature lovers.

About the Word Cloud Classics series:

Classic works of literature with a clean, modern aesthetic! Perfect for both old and new literature fans, the Word Cloud Classics series from Canterbury Classics provides a chic and inexpensive introduction to timeless tales. With a higher production value, including heat burnished covers and foil stamping, these eye-catching, easy-to-hold editions are the perfect gift for students and fans of literature everywhere.

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Bram Stoker
Bram Stoker was an acclaimed Irish author who gained worldwide recognition for his Gothic horror novel, "Dracula" published in 1897. Born on November 8, 1847, in Dublin, Ireland, he developed an interest in writing during his college years. Before becoming a full-time writer, he served as the personal assistant to actor Sir Henry Irving and manager of London's renowned Lyceum Theatre. "Dracula," his most popular work, established many conventions of subsequent vampire fantasy. This pioneering work of the vampire genre influenced decades of authors and filmmakers. Stoker passed away on April 20, 1912, in London, England, leaving behind a lasting legacy in horror fiction.


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