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Originally published in 1897, Bram Stoker's classic horror novel, Dracula, essentially defined the vampire genre for succeeding generations. Told in the form of journal and diary entries, letters, and memoranda, Dracula still tells a fascinating story—so much so that it has remained continuously in print for over a century, spawning countless imitations, films, and television shows.
The Riverdale Electronic Books edition has been carefully edited to retain the original style, with none of the sometimes ill-advised "modernisations" or Americanized spellings sometimes encountered in contemporary editions. Considerable care has also been taken with the formatting, so that the electronic version should appear as close as possible to a printed book.
This edition includes an insightful Introduction by editor and Alukam author Jacob Thomson.
A trade paperback edition is planned for release in 2009.
VampireRave.com calls itself "The Ultimate Vampire Resource and Directory."
The Historical Dracula. A website devoted to Vlad Tepes, believed by many authorities to be the model for Stoker's protagonist.
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