Something in the Blood: The Untold Story of Bram Stoker, the Man Who Wrote Dracula

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$21.95  $20.41
Publisher
Liveright Publishing Corporation
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Pages
672
Dimensions
5.7 X 1.7 X 8.7 inches | 1.98 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781631493867

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About the Author
David J. Skal (1952 - 2024) was the author several critically acclaimed books on fantastic literature and genre cinema, including The Monster Show; Hollywood Gothic: The Tangled Web of Dracula from Novel to Stage to Screen; Screams of Reason; Mad Science and Modern Culture; V Is for Vampire: The A to Z Guide to Everything Undead; and, with Elias Savada, Dark Carnival: The Secret World of Tod Browning. With Nina Auerbach, he co-edited the Norton Critical Edition of Bram Stoker's Dracula. His writing appeared in a variety of publications, ranging from The New York Times to Cinefantastique, and for television, on the A&E series Biography. He wrote, produced, and directed a dozen original DVD documentaries, including features on the Universal Studios' classic monster movies, and a behind-the-scenes chronicle of the Academy Award-winning film Gods and Monsters. He lived in Los Angeles.
Reviews
Sharply written, well-researched (with judicious use of recent discoveries), attentive to detail, and entertaining to read. Skal's is the finest, most balanced biography of Bram Stoker yet written.--Sir Christopher Frayling, author of Vampyres: Lord Byron to Count Dracula and Nightmare: The Birth of Horror
A keepsake for any Dracula enthusiast.
A consistently entertaining, sumptuously illustrated ramble through 'Stokerism.'
[A] gossipy, entertaining book filled with fascinating digressions and juicy connections.
Skal proves to be an ideal guide...surely successful in his efforts to revivify his subject and to reveal that even those shadows we think we know may contain obscurities that move of their own volition and which, tantalizingly, remain just out of sight.