In 1901, Bram Stoker appended a new introduction to the Icelandic edition of Dracula, his most famous novel.
Bathory dispatches poor old Seward; pretty soon, a mysterious stranger is offing the rest of the cast from the original Dracula.
That was what I liked: the idea that they find that ship, and like in Dracula there is a coffin on board, in the cargo.
When Dracula feeds on a human, the blood sucking is more graphic than on True Blood, even.
It was all about this beautiful daughter of Dracula who was an artist in London, and she felt drinking blood was a curse.
Of course, all vampires live to a strange lease on life, but most of them are spirits rather than human beings as was Dracula.
I am Dracula; and I bid you welcome, Mr. Harker, to my house.
She had a dread feeling that Cecil might be able to crawl over the sheer face of a building, like "Dracula."
To his original list of stories in this book, I have added an hitherto unpublished episode from Dracula.
The count, in Dracula, who has lived his vampire life for centuries, is said to be hale and fresh as if he were forty.
the vampire, from in Bram Stoker's novel (1897). It was a surname of Prince Vlad II of Wallachia (d.1476), and means in Romanian "son of Dracul," literally "the dragon," from the name and emblem taken by Vlad's father, also named Vlad, c.1431 when he joined the Order of the Dragon, founded 1418 by Sigismund the Glorious of Hungary to defend the Christian religion from the Turks and crush heretics and schismatics.