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Or you could just download the original version here: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/345Published 2 days ago by Mary H. Warner
Self-proclaimed feminist, Bram Stoker spent a lot of energy expressing his views to uninterested colleagues. Read morePublished 3 days ago by j.a.d.
Great read for school, especially under a feminist, Freudian, or queer theory lens. Not the best piece of literature ever written, but a very good piece to analyze.Published 6 days ago by Christy Manser
This book still reads like a modern horror story and without the sensationalism that accompanies the modern books of sex and blood and gore. It still tell a competent horror tale.Published 7 days ago by patricia
This audible book of Dracula was so fantastic I really enjoyed this version of Dracula I would recommend everyone to listen to this especially since it's the month of October.Published 7 days ago by Valerie
This book is a classic and I'm glad I finally got around to reading it. The style and story kept me turning the pages. Read morePublished 10 days ago by S Bomb
For me, it was very slow read. I enjoyed Frankenstein and assumed I'd like this. The "journal entry" form of storytelling just didn't work here. Read morePublished 10 days ago by R A