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Vampires: Encounters with the Undead

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An anthology of vampire literature, edited and annotated by cultural historian David J. Skal.

Originally published in 2001, this collection of short stories, historical accounts, and excerpts from popular novels, examines the presence of vampires in the cultural landscape. Compiled, edited, and annotated by historian David J. Skal.   … see full wiki

Author: David J. Skal
Genre: Anthology, Classic Literature, Gothic Horror, Essays & Commentary, Vampires
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers
Date Published: 2001 & 2006
2 reviews about Vampires: Encounters with the Undead
Quick Tip by . May 26, 2010
Whether you're new to vampire literature or you've "tasted blood and you want more" this excellent collection is entertaining & informative.
Quick Tip by . May 25, 2010
An indispensable look into the long history of vampire literature with informative commentary, rare excerpts, terrific resource info & more!
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