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reviewed Dracula (novel). May 06, 2013
Dracula (first edition)
In rereading Dracula-my "October" book-I discovered many nuances and subtle flaws the eluded me upon my first reading of it. They included physical descriptions of the characters and incorrect …
reviewed Dracula (novel). July 09, 2011
Dracula (first edition)
The character of Dracula is depicted as a blood-thirsty vampire. The opening scene is priceless.   An old time carriage is seen traversing a winding road until reaching the infamous castle   …
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 27, 2011
Dracula (first edition)
My favourite vampire - one who never apologises for who or what he is.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). January 10, 2011
Dracula (first edition)
Every single vampire novel, film, television series or comic that has been produced owes a huge debt to this wonderful classic of both horror and literature in general.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). November 11, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
I recently re-read this to kick off my Year of Bloody Vampire Reading, This is so completely a classic Gothic Victorian novel.The Victorian fascination with the "scientific method" and deductive reasoning …
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). October 12, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
The book that began it all! before edward cullen and count chocula there was Dracula.
posted a Quick Tip about Nosferatu - Eine Symphonie des Grauen.... August 17, 2010
Nosferatu - Eine Symphonie des Grauens (Kino International's 2-disc The Ultimate DVD Edition)
I saw an inferior version years ago. I will definitely watch this Kino version. German expressionism after the Great War was very dark and foreboding, should be no surprise based on their suffering after …
posted a Quick Tip about Count Dracula. August 12, 2010
Count Dracula
the classic father of them all! all of the dracula movies are entertaining and hes always so handsome i can't help but bare my neck to him.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). August 08, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
Read this before watching any vampire movies or TV shows. Impossible, right?
posted a Quick Tip about Lady Lilith. July 29, 2010
Lady Lilith
Rossetti's depiction of Lilith is classic and gorgeous in its own right, but unlike Collier's imagining, this Lilith seems less empowered and more vain. Still, it's a stunning painting.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). July 24, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
i read this the first time in the 4th grade and ive read it countless times since then, it never ever gets old.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). July 05, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
This is the only vampire book I've ever read, so I can't really compare it to any others. But it's a pretty fun novel to read.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). July 04, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
Bram Stoker is brillant telling the tale of man unlike everyone we had ever known before. This was the first time a vampire had been a primary character in a work of literature. well written period piece …
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). July 02, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
A classic framed tale, it's obvious had an effect on horror novels to this day.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). July 02, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
One of the greatest vampire stories. If you like vampires, this is your 101 book. The mystery, the power, the passion and the beauty of the story and writing makes this one of the classics of vampire …
posted a Quick Tip about Count Dracula. July 01, 2010
Count Dracula
Bela Lugosi. I would let him bite me any day. He is what I think of when I hear Dracula...right after the book that is. His performance is unmatched. I love him.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 30, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
This is the classic vampire novel. Stoker got it right the first time. Vampires are not meant to sparkle. They are ugly, viscous animals. They don't deserve our pity or our love. The description of the …
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 30, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
a must read for any vampire enthuistists.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 29, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
I like the book better tan any of the movies or the remakes.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 29, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
One fo the original vampire stories, and the beginning of the romaticization of the legend so popular now with Ann Rice and the Twilight series.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 28, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
who needs a movie when you have the words that jump off the page and gives you a better picture in your mind.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 28, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
Gorgeous dark gothic atmosphere.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 25, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
With each read try to find something you haven't noticed before, thematically or otherwise. Shouldn't be hard, and loads of fun.
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 24, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
Classic!
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (novel). June 23, 2010
Dracula (first edition)
One of those classic must read books...I liked it.
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