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Toe-curling V-day reads...

…Because ‘Sachch pyaar sirf achchi kitabon aur buri filmon mein hota hain…’

It’s ok if you don’t like any high browed romances and hate Harlequinn and M&B, here are  some quick, toe-curling reads for V-day that will get your heart racing in no time… 308 more words

The other vampire

Bram Stoker’s DRACULA, published in 1897, wasn’t the only vampire that year. It may not even have been the most famous in its time. Another work, featuring a female vampire, involved a Nobel Prize winner, the first movie sex goddess, and a romantic scandal. 247 more words

Dracula (1931)

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Dracula (1931) Universal Pictures / EP: Carl Laemmle / P: E.M. Asher, Tod Browning, Carl Laemmle Jr. 36 more words

Creature Feature

Back in Time: Romania, Part II

During my trip to Romania and in general when I travel I try to stay at hostels. I’ve always had good experiences – they’re usually centrally located in the city and the accommodations are comfortable and it’s interesting to talk to fellow travelers. 932 more words

Peace Corps

How Frankenstein is Better than Dracula by Brandon Pahl

With the assignment of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in AP Language & Composition, I am bracing myself to hear my fellow classmates opinion about how much they despise it. 631 more words


Random Literary Thoughts #3

Bram Stoker’s Dracula is great actually…It’s a bunch of gossipy letters and diaries by the sweetest, most clueless little Victorians you ever did see. They’re like Hobbits or bunnies or something, they’re so helpless and adorable. 72 more words