Dracula’s Guest

Bram Stoker

Paperback

64pp

ISBN: 9781913724030

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Dracula, Bram Stoker’s 1897 Gothic vampire story, needs no introduction – a perennial on syllabuses and screens alike, generations have been enchanted and enthralled by the Count from Transylvania. But few of Dracula’s fans have heard of Dracula’s Guest, a short story following – it is thought – Jonathan Harker, as he makes his way to Transylvania, and falls prey to Walpurgis Nacht terrors when he stops off in Munich.

Unpublished until after Stoker’s death, when it was collected in a volume of short stories by his widow Florence, who revealed that Stoker had intended for it to be the opening section of his great work, Dracula’s Guest is the missing chapter that will captivate all fans of Stoker’s ‘dangers from snow and wolves and night’.

 
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Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker (1847–1912) is best remembered today for Dracula, which is now considered one of the foremost examples of Gothic literature.