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DRACULA Easton Press


Book Description
Quarto, hardcover in slipcase. Introduction by Anthony Boucher. Illustrated with wood engravings by Felix Hoffmann. 410 pp. plus 11 p. introduction. Bound in titled red and black cloth covered boards, cream paper, red and black ink on title page.
Book Information
PublisherEaston Press
BindingHardcover (288 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages421
ISBN-10B000BHURZA
Publication Date/1965
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About Bram Stoker (Author) : Bram Stoker is a published author and an editor of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Bram Stoker include Dracula (Dramatized), The Mummy (Dramatized).
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4/26/2014 Alina Hansen tagged as: I read

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2/9/2010 Regina Legaspi tagged as: I'm reading

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9/9/2009 Debbie Dadey said: It's been a long time since I read this classic. What a great storyteller. For some reason, I felt it was a bit anticlimatic in this day and age.
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12/17/2008 Aletia Morstad said: I guess this wasn't exactly what i expected from Dracula...but i guess thats how they wrote back then
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8/21/2007 Becky Laney tagged as: challengetitles

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5/29/2007 Little Willow tagged as: I Read

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