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Dracula (Worldview Edition)
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"Persons of small courage and weak nerves should confine their reading of these gruesome pages strictly to the hours between dawn and sunset." -The Daily Mail, 1897

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"Bram Stoker’s 1897 Gothic novel, Dracula, features many of the most powerful tropes in fictional narrative: suspense,love, seduction, heroism, sacrifice, and the burning desire for some form of immortality." -From Grant Horner's Introduction

When the gorgeous Lucy Westenra mysteriously sickens, it’s up to Jonathan Harker and her other friends to figure out what’s preventing her recovery. Unfortunately, they take too long to realize that something dark has crossed the Channel and taken up residence in England. Even with the aid of the erudite Abraham Van Helsing and a number of sharp weapons, it may be too late even to save themselves, much less destroy the monstrous threat.

Helped by the cinema in the following century, this 1897 Canon Classic immortalized both the horror genre and Count Dracula. The Canon Classics series presents the most definitive works of Western literature in a colorful, well-crafted, and affordable way. Unlike many other thrift editions, our classics are printed on thicker text stock and feature individualized designs that prioritize readability by means of proper margins, leading, characters per line, font, trim size, etc. Each book’s materials and layout combine to make the classics a simple and striking addition to classrooms and homes, ideal for introducing the best of literary culture and human experience to the next generation.

This Worldview Edition features an introduction divided into sections on The World Around, About the Author, What Other Notables Said, Setting, Characters, & Plot Summary, Worldview Analysis, and and 21 Discussion Questions & Answers.

IMPRINT: Canon Classics

AUTHOR: Bram Stoker

INTRODUCTION: Grant Horner

PAGE COUNT: 474 pages

SIZE: 5.5x8.5"

BINDING: Paperback

ISBN 10: 1-944503-22-6

ISBN-13: 978-1-944503-22-2

PUB. DATE: May 31, 2016 (first published in 1897)