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       Few days ago I decided to have a quick stop for a drink to Hotel Castle Dracula in Piatra Fantanele,somewhere deep in North Transylvania. This is very famous hotel in the area, also known for his name.  169 more words


Book Review | Dracula - Bram Stoker.

Listen to them, the children of the night. What music they make!

Dracula has been on my TBR pile for a few years now, so when I found out we were studying it in my Gothic Literature module I was excited to finally get stuck into it.

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A day at Trinity College, Dublin

My journey to Ireland’s sacred landscapes wouldn’t be complete without visiting Trinity College in Dublin.  For what could be more sacred to a writer than walking the same path as once travelled by Oscar Wilde and Bram Stoker (to name but two)? 30 more words


Obscurity and alterity in Richard Marsh's The Beetle

Richard Marsh and his imperial gothic masterpiece, The Beetle, is not as well known as its contemporary counterpart, Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Yet both tales contain similar and shocking themes of obscurity and encounters with the ‘other’, that maintain their status as Fin de Siecle classics. 553 more words



by Bram Stoker

Published: 26th May 1897

by Archibald Constable and Company

Yippee – There’s also a 49 p Kindle edition!

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The Wandering Jew’s Daughter: Paul Feval’s Mockery of a Gothic Tradition

I only recently discovered French author Paul Feval (1816-1887) thanks to a reader of my blog. I was thrilled to discover him because he was a contemporary of William Harrison Ainsworth and George W.M. 1,624 more words

Classic Gothic Novels