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By Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker is a number one determine of gothic literature, having not just written DRACULA, but additionally different groundbreaking horror tales, that includes Egyptian Mummies, grisly monsters and haunting encounters. This huge, immense book bargains readers the original chance of exploring the prolific writer’s paintings in a way by no means prior to attainable. this can be the entire FICTIONAL works of Bram Stoker, with many bonus texts for gothic fans to explore.

INDEX:

The Novels
THE PRIMROSE PATH
THE SNAKE’S PASS
THE WATTER'S MOU'
THE SHOULDER OF SHASTA
DRACULA
MISS BETTY
THE secret OF THE SEA
THE JEWEL of 7 STARS (1903 VERSION)
THE JEWEL of 7 STARS (1912 VERSION)
THE MAN
LADY ATHLYNE
THE girl OF THE SHROUD
THE LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM

The brief tale Collections
UNDER THE SUNSET
SNOW sure: THE list OF A THEATRICAL traveling PARTY
DRACULA'S visitor AND different bizarre STORIES
UNCOLLECTED brief STORIES

The brief Stories
LIST OF brief tales IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
LIST OF brief tales IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

The Vampire Sources
DER VAMPIR via HEINRICH OSSENFELDER
THE GIAOUR by way of LORD BYRON
THE VAMPYRE via HENRY COLBURN
VARNEY THE VAMPIRE by way of JAMES MALCOLM RYMER
CARMILLA by means of JOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU

The Biography
PERSONAL recollections OF HENRY IRVING

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Every man should be ready to die for many causes, at any moment, like a gentleman, he writes. But not for every cause. Don’t abruptly ask me to become interested, to become involved, to die in a rebellion in the Guianas. He impatiently awaited the day o f his departure. A P L A N F O R E S C A P E • +1 • XVI • A pril 7 possibility o f escaping: this was his obses­ sion. He had given up his investigation. He didn't want to get in­ volved. His impatience for the eighth to arrive increased con­ tinually; yesterday, especially today, it became an unbearably fixed idea.

I don't know. Today he was unconscious, but as ruddy and strong as ever. The governor and M. De Brinon were confident that they could save him. ” Nevers asked why he said that. Dreyfus told the story o f the Priest. The Priest was second mate on the Grampus, which had been shipwrecked in the Pacific. There were seventeen men on board. The captain got into one boat with five; the first mate, with an­ other five, into another boat; the Priest, with the four left, into another. The boats were supposed to keep each other in view.

The rebellion would take place in his absence. Dreyfus had brought him the list o f articles he was to buy in Cavenne: there was no dynamite or anything that could be trans­ lated as dynamite. Castel wants to send me away so he won’t have wit­ nesses or opposition. He won’t have them, he asserts. He orders me to leave on the eighth. I ’m sorry I'm not leaving today. I ’m not the hero of these catastrophes. He adds some “ reflections” (his language is, by nature, im­ precise, metaphorical) which I hesitate to transcribe.

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