New Yorker: Why does Dracula still thrill?

<  New Yorker: Why does Dracula still thrill?

The New Yorker examines vampires and Dracula. Well worth a read.

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One Response to “New Yorker: Why does Dracula still thrill?”

Ms Harker

Interesting article, it got a bit stuffy in the middle. However interesting analysis of those who have produced the ‘annotated’ versions of the book. Especially the speculation of Stoker’s struggle with the concept of the ‘New Woman’.

Thanks for highlighting the piece.

Ms Harker
http://www.musingcontinuum.wordpress.com

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