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Additional Resources for Dracula by Bram Stoker

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Belford, Barbara, Bram Stoker: A Biography of the Author of "Dracula," Knopf, 1996.

In this compelling biography, Belford examines the life of Stoker, who has always been less famous than his greatest creation, Dracula. As Belford shows, this trend was true in Stoker's life, overshadowed as he was by his employer, the actor Henry Irving.

Gerard, Emily, The Land beyond the Forest: Facts, Figures, and Fancies from Transylvania, AMS Press, 2001.

This travel book was originally published in the late 1880s, and many believe that it was one of Stoker's references for the Transylvanian portion of the novel. The book also talks about the vampire legends of the area.

McNally, Raymond T., and Radu Florescu, In Search of Dracula: A True History of Dracula and Vampire Legends, Little, Brown, 1975.

This famous Dracula reference explores the real-life links between Stoker's title character and the historical Dracula, Vlad the Impaler.

Pool, Daniel...

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