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The annotated Dracula

by Bram Stoker

Other authors: Leonard Wolf (Editor)

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This edition is worth finding although I understand it's out of print. The annotations are fantastically interesting: recipes, trivia, clarification, and other great tidbits. ( )
  unabridgedchick | Feb 5, 2010 |
I found the notes and supplements very useful and informative. I understand that some find such annotation distracting; I would suggest reading an unannotated (original) version. ( )
  AlexTheHunn | Oct 3, 2007 |
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Forged from folklore and authentic history--the greatest horror story ever told. 100s of annotations running side by side with large-type text of the classic work. 18 B/W collages by Satty in the style of old Dore engravings, plus more than 1,000 drawings and photos. 8pp of detailed maps of Count Dracula's gory progress--victim by victim. Calendar of events plotted against the quarters of the moon. Filmography to 1974, and much more. The definitive Dracula work, packed with eerie and exciting arcana on the most frightening legendary figure ever.
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