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Title Dracula : an international perspective / edited by Marius-Mircea Crisan
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (xi, 280 pages) : illustrations, color maps, digital ; 22 cm
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
text file PDF rda
Series Palgrave gothic
Palgrave gothic
Note 1. "Welcome to my house! Enter freely and of your own free will": Dracula in international contexts - Marius-Mircea Crisan -- 2. The Casework Relationship: Le Fanu, Stoker and the Rhetorical Contexts of Irish Gothic - William Hughes -- 3. The Discourse of Italy in Nineteenth Century Irish Gothic: Maturin's Fatal Revenge, Le Fanu's exotic tales, and The Castle of Savina - Donatella Abbate Badin -- 4. "Bloodthirsty and Remorseless Fangs": Representation of East-Central Europe in Edgar Allan Poe's Gothic short stories - Lucian-Vasile Szabo, Marius-Mircea Crisan -- 5. Spirited Away: Dream Work, the Outsider, and the Representation of Transylvania in the Pied Piper and Dracula Myth in Britain and Germany - Sam George -- 6. Count Dracula's Lifetime Identity and Address - Hans Corneel de Roos -- 7. Dracula and the Psychic World of the East End of London - Clive Bloom -- 8. Tourism and Travel in Bram Stoker's Dracula - Duncan Light -- 9. Castle Hunedoara and the Dracula Myth: Connection or Speculation? - Marius-Mircea Crisan -- 10. Location and the Vampire: The Impact of Fictional Stories upon Associated Locations - Kristin L. Bone -- 11. In Search of Dracula's Oracular History - John Edgar Browning -- 12. Vampiric Emotion and Identity in Dracula and Interview with the Vampire - Nancy Schumann -- 13. Gothic and Horror in Contemporary Cinema and Television: Aesthetic Experience and Emotional Impact - Magdalena Grabias -- 14. Papa Dracula: Vampires for Family Values? - Dorota Babilas -- 15. The Evolution of Gothic Spaces: Ruins, Forests, Urban Jungles - Carol Senf
This volume analyses the role of Bram Stoker's Dracula and its sequels in the evolution of the Gothic. As well as the transformation of the Gothic location--from castles, cemeteries and churches to the modern urban gothic--this volume explores the evolution of the undead considering a range of media from the 19th century protagonist to sympathetic contemporary vampires of teen Gothic. Based on an interdisciplinary approach (literature, tourism, and film), the book argues that the development of the Dracula myth is the result of complex international influences and cultural interactions. Offering a multifarious perspective, this volume is a reference work that will be useful to both academic and general readers
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912. Dracula
Cultural and Media Studies
Eighteenth-Century Literature
Global/International Culture
Film History
Alt Author Crisan, Marius-Mircea, editor
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