Dracula, by Bram Stoker
|Format:||Print Book 2010|
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
Overview essays examine the literary history of the vampire and the critical reception of Stoker's most famous work. Other essays examine the use of sacred rituals within the novel and offer a psychological perspective. A final essay combines Marxist, feminist, and postcolonialist readings into a consideration of race, capitalism, and aesthetics.
ContentsOn Dracula / Jack Lynch
Biography of Bram Stoker / Richard Means
The Paris review perspective / Juliet Lapidos
Stoker's Dracula and the vampire's literary history / Bridget M. Marshall
A look at the critical reception of Dracula / Camille-Yvette Welsch
Dracula and Victorian anxieties / Matthew J. Boton
Modernity and anxiety in Bram Stoker's Dracula / Allan Johnson
Recreating the world : the sacred and the profane in Bram Stoker's Dracula / Beth E. McDonald
The new naturalism : primal screams in Abraham Stoker's Dracula / Carrol L. Fry, Carla Edwards
Dracula's earnestness : Stoker's debt to Wilde / Samuel Lyndon Gladden
Dracula : righting old wrongs and displacing new fears / Jimmie E. Cain, Jr.
Vampires, mummies, and liberals : questions of character and modernity / David Glover
Feminism, fiction, and the utopian promise of Dracula / Nancy Armstrong
Racialization, capitalism, and aesthetics in Stoker's Dracula / Patircia McKee.
Dracula, -- Count (Fictitious character)
Horror tales, English -- History and criticism.
Vampires in literature.
|Publisher|| Pasadena, Calif. :Salem Press,2010
viii, 339 pages ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 312-313) and index.
|ISBN||9781587656125 (alk. paper)
1587656124 (alk. paper)