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  • by Bram Stoker
    £6.99 - 14.49

    Richard E Grant reads Bram Stoker's Dracula, one of the most powerful horror tales ever written, for Penguin Audiobooks.When Jonathan Harker visits Transylvania to help Count Dracula with the purchase of a London house, he makes a series of horrific discoveries about his client. Soon afterwards, various bizarre incidents unfold in England: an apparently unmanned ship is wrecked off the coast of Whitby; a young woman discovers strange puncture marks on her neck; and the inmate of a lunatic asylum raves about the 'Master' and his imminent arrival. In Dracula, Bram Stoker created one of the great masterpieces of the horror genre, brilliantly evoking a nightmare world of vampires and vampire hunters and also illuminating the dark corners of Victorian sexuality and desire.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £4.49 - 8.49

    Gyserklassikeren over dem alle. Den udøde grev Dracula drager fra sit slot i Karpaterne til London for at mætte sin blodtørst.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £16.49

  • by Bram Stoker
    £4.49

    Introduction and Notes by Dr David Rogers, Kingston University.'There he lay looking as if youth had been half-renewed, for the white hair and moustache were changed to dark iron-grey, the cheeks were fuller, and the white skin seemed ruby-red underneath; the mouth was redder than ever, for on the lips were gouts of fresh blood, which trickled from the corners of the mouth and ran over the chin and neck. Even the deep, burning eyes seemed set amongst the swollen flesh, for the lids and pouches underneath were bloated. It seemed as if the whole awful creature were simply gorged with blood; he lay like a filthy leech, exhausted with his repletion.'Thus Bram Stoker, one of the greatest exponents of the supernatural narrative, describes the demonic subject of his chilling masterpiece Dracula, a truly iconic and unsettling tale of vampirism.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £10.49

    When Jonathan Harker is summoned to Transylvania to finalize a property deal for the mysterious Count Dracula, he stumbles upon an ancient evil he is unprepared to face. When that evil escapes to England, the entire nation is suddenly under threat and only an aged vampire hunter, Professor Abraham Van Helsing, can put a stop to the bloodshed. Sensual, dark and thrilling, Bram Stoker's Dracula remains the seminal work of Gothic fiction, and in this elegant Macmillan Collector's Library edition, which includes an illuminating afterword by Jonty Claypole, readers can experience the horror and excitement as never before.Designed to appeal to the booklover, the Macmillan Collector's Library is a series of beautiful gift editions of much loved classic titles. Macmillan Collector's Library are books to love and treasure.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £4.49 - 5.49

    A companion edition of Bram Stoker's classic vampire novel, to be published alongside the official sequel by his great grand nephew, Dacre Stoker."e;I am here to do Your bidding, Master. I am Your slave..."e;This dark, brooding and powerfully atmospheric novel by Bram Stoker is a classic of gothic literature, casting light on the darkness of the human psyche, and exploiting our deepest fears.When newly qualified solicitor Jonathan Harker visits Transylvania to help a new client purchase a residence in London, he is unaware that he will be lucky to escape with his life. Harker's fateful visit to Count Dracula's castle begins a series of disturbing events, as the malevolence he discovers there reaches across continents and oceans to twist and abuse his loved ones at home in England.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £7.49

    "Awareness of Dracula" as a masterly gothic thriller has increased ever since its publication in 1897, and the novel is regarded as one of the most seminal horror stories of ever written, having inspired countless copycat tales and literary spin-offs. The tale of young Englishman Jonathan Harker's journey to Transylvania, into the very heart of Count Dracula's evil realm, is compelling, but it is perhaps the journey of the vampire to England, and the dangers he poses to Jonathan's beloved Mina, that is the more horrifying.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £5.99

    Bram Stoker's 1897 Gothic shocker introduced Count Dracula to the world. He plans to wreak havoc on London, and only a small band of men and women, led by Professor Van Helsing, can defeat him. Dracula is the most famous of vampire stories, and remains a rattling good read. This edition includes the companion piece, 'Dracula's Guest'.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £4.99 - 7.99

    Fem gotiske noveller skrevet af Bram Stoker. Udvalgt og oversat af Steen Langstrup.De fem noveller er skrevet i de to sidste årtier i det 19. århundrede, før Bram Stoker skrev sig ind i litteraturhistorien med den gotiske gyserroman, ‘Dracula’. Den sidste novelle i samlingen skal oprindeligt være skrevet som en slags prolog til ‘Dracula’, men blev skåret fra inden udgivelsen af romanen. Disse fem gotiske gys viser Bram Stoker som en ferm og alsidig novelleforfatter med sans for stemning, gotik og uhygge - og modet til at tage skridtet fuldt ud.Samlingen indeholder novellerne:Dommerens husDe dobbeltfødtes dødsdomHemmeligheden bag dyrkning af guldEn mors hævnDraculas gæst

  • by Bram Stoker
    £3.99

    Jonathan Harker, jeune clerc de notaire, est envoyé par son employeur, Monsieur Hawkins, notaire à Londres, dans un château isolé des Carpates situé en Transylvanie, auprès du comte Dracula. Le comte Dracula souhaite en effet acquérir une maison à Londres, où il veut se rendre prochainement. Mais malgré la politesse de son hôte, le jeune Jonathan se sent terriblement mal à l'aise en présence du comte, sans qu'il ne parvienne à définir précisément les causes de son appréhension. Surviennent alors des évènements étranges... Dracula est un personnage de fiction inventé par l'écrivain irlandais Bram Stoker en 1897. Il s'est inspiré d'un personnage historique, Vlad Ţepeş, dit Vlad l'Empaleur, prince de Valachie (région de l'actuelle Roumanie) au XVe siècle.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £9.49

    The Prince of Darkness is the cornerstone to vampire lore. Temptation, horror, and thrills manifest when Count Dracula comes head to head with Abraham Van Helsing in this completely unabridged edition, designed with a smaller format for easy portability.

  • by Bram Stoker
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  • by Bram Stoker
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    Il giovane avvocato Jonathan Harker, recatosi in Transilvania per curare l'acquisto di un immobile a Londra da parte del Conte Dracula, trova da subito una realta locale fatta di paura e superstizione: le leggende e le dicerie tramandate dalle persone del luogo gli intimano di tenersi ben lontani dal Conte, ma Harker decide di non ascoltarle.Ispirato alla figura di Vlad III, principe di Valacchia, "e;Dracula"e; e uno degli ultimi esempi di romanzi gotici della fine del Novecento che ha un pregio sopra tutti: quello di riprendere il mito del vampiro aristocratico, cupo e fascinoso, e di trasformarlo nel personaggio iconico che tutti oggi conosciamo. -

  • by Bram Stoker
    £8.49

    Joy Ogilvie, the lovely young daughter of an American colonel, fancies herself Lady Athlyne while playing make-believe with her friends. She hardly suspects that the real-life Lord Athlyne is a prisoner of war in a South African camp and that the captured Irish nobleman will catch word that an American woman has taken on the role of his would-be wife.Once he is released, Athlyne embarks upon a journey to New York to see the truth for himself. Having just barely escaped death in an accident, he stumbles head-first into Joy and her father. It is love at first sight for Athlyne and Joy, but Lady Fortune does not smile upon them. Not only is the couple faced with ill fortune and unanticipated hazards, but Joy's father is enraged by the love affair and urges Athlyne to a duel to the death. Will the star-crossed lovers survive?Penned by the author of 'Dracula', immortalised in the 1931 cult classic starring Bela Lugosi, 'Lady Athlene' remains one of the most authentic interpretations of mutual and undying love in English literature.-

  • by Bram Stoker
    £8.49

    "e;Dracula"e; is the most popular and widely acclaimed horror novel by Bram Stoker. He introduced the famous vampire, who in turn changed the literary and cultural world forever. Following the attempts of the Count to settle in England, where he expects to find fresh blood and new followers, the novel presents the battle between the forces of good, led by professor Van Helsing, and evil, led by the undead fiend. It is a dark and haunting novel that explores themes of life versus death, and between the light and the dark. It a classic and terrifying read. The Bram Stoker novel has been adapted several times to the stage and to the screen, the most famous adaptation being the 1992 movie by Francis Ford Coppola, which won three Oscars, and which stared Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, and Keanu Reeves.-

  • by Bram Stoker
    £10.99 - 13.99

  • by Bram Stoker
    £11.99

    This Norton Critical Edition presents fully annotated the text of the 1897 First Edition.

  • by Robert Louis Stevenson, Wilkie Collins, Edgar Allan Poe, et al.
    £11.99

    Die Klassiker des Horror-Genres von Poe über Stevenson bis Bram Stoker kommen in dieser Sammlung zu Wort. Ihre Erzählungen sind der schauerlichen Romantik verbunden, dem Übernatürlichen, welches sich der wissenschaftlichen Erklärung widersetzt: Geheimnisvoll wirken zerstörerische Kräfte im Abgrund der menschlichen Seele. Doch kann das Schauerliche auch hinüberreichen ins Bizarre, Absurde, Groteske. Und dann entsteht ein Humor, den man getrost makaber nennen darf. Gruselgeschichten, die jeder mag.

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  • by Bram Stoker
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  • by Bram Stoker
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  • by Bram Stoker
    £6.49

  • by Bram Stoker
    £7.49

    Bram Stoker is primarily known for his infamous horror novel 'Dracula', and its 1931 film adaptation starring Bela Lugosi. But Stoker has also penned shorter works intertwined with peculiar and morbid themes which echo the writings of the American master of the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe. This consists of sinister stories published by Stoker’s widow following his death. For instance 'The Secret of The Growing Gold', a ghost story about revenge that will send shivers down your spine. Accompanied by the humorous albeit chilling 'The Coming of Abel Behenna' among others. This collection encapsulates the full scope of Stoker’s horror fiction at its finest. A must-read of the horror genre, with a touch of nostalgia.Abraham "Bram" Stoker was born in Dublin in 1847. Turning to fiction in his later years, Stoker published his first short story 'The Crystal Cup' (1872) in London Society magazine. In the 1880s and 1890s, he published 'Under the Sunset' (1882) and an adventure novel titled 'The Snake’s Pass' (1890).It was the publication of 'Dracula' in 1897 which launched Stoker into literary stardom.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £8.49

    'Snow Bound: The Record of a Theatrical Touring Party' is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker, the acclaimed author of 'Dracula' which is best known for its 1931 silver screen rendition of the same name, starring Bela Lugosi.A train traveling across Scotland in the thick of winter is brought to a sudden halt by an intense snowstorm. All the passengers are members of a travelling theatrical entourage, they decide to light a fire in one of the carriages and huddle around it to stave off the extreme cold. With nothing to do but wait to be rescued, they pass the time by sharing stories, some are full of sorrow while others are brimming with mirth and cheer. A highly intriguing piece among Bram Stoker's body of work, this collection is a testament to his long-standing friendship with renowned Irish actor Sir Henry Irving, who proved a significant influence on Stoker. Highly recommended for readers who fancy a spin on 'The Orient Express'. This offers special insight into the minds and hearts of actors and performers from well before Agatha Christie's time, by none other than one of the all-time masters of the horror genre. Abraham "Bram" Stoker was born in Dublin in 1847. Turning to fiction in his later years, Stoker published his first short story 'The Crystal Cup' (1872) in London Society magazine. In the 1880s and 1890s, he published 'Under the Sunset' (1882) and an adventure novel titled 'The Snake’s Pass' (1890).It was the publication of 'Dracula' in 1897 which launched Stoker into literary stardom.

  • by Bram Stoker
    £8.49

    'The Man' is a gothic novel combining elements of horror and romance written by Bram Stoker, the author of the acclaimed 'Dracula' made famous by the 1931 movie adaption starring Bela Lugosi. Other masters of gothic fiction include Edgar Allan Poe and H.G. Wells. 'The Man' follows the story of Stephen, a lovely young woman and Harold, who is slowly approaching manhood. This story focuses on the immense social and physical proprieties required of the pre-industrial era in England and the struggles facing Stephen and Harold in overcoming them. Stephen is a remarkable character, that has an enlightened feminist perspective ahead of her time, liberating her from the confined conventions regarding a women's role in society. Stoker's descriptive powers seen in the renowned 'Dracula' are also vividly demonstrated in 'The Man' .A sheer pleasure to read, brimming with beautiful prose and an enchanting storyline. 'The Man' is highly recommended for readers who also enjoy classic english literature focusing on the strength of women in the face of adversity as vibrantly depicted in the works of Jane Austen and George Eliot. Abraham "Bram" Stoker was born in Dublin in 1847. Turning to fiction in his later years, Stoker published his first short story 'The Crystal Cup' (1872) in London Society magazine. In the 1880s and 1890s, he published 'Under the Sunset' (1882) and an adventure novel titled 'The Snake’s Pass' (1890).It was the publication of 'Dracula' in 1897 which launched Stoker into literary stardom.

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