Book: Августус Хэйр,Джон Уильям Полидори,Джеймс Малкольм Раймер,Алексей Толстой,Джозеф Шеридан Ле Фаню,Брэм Стокер,Фрэнсис Мэрион Кроуфорд,Мэри Элизабет Браддон,Монтегю Джеймс,Ги де Мопассан,Эдит Уортон,Дэвид Стюарт Дэвис «Children of the Night. Classic Vampire Stories»

Children of the Night. Classic Vampire Stories

Производитель: "Wordsworth Editions"

Серия: "Tales Of Mystery& The Supernatural"

От издателя:Vampires, those dark children of the night, who rise from their coffins to suck the blood of the living, continue to hold a strange fascination and dread. In this unique collection of vampire stories you will find some of the earliest depictions of these fearful creatures as inJohn Polidori&# 039;s The Vampyre and James Malcolm Rymer&# 039;s Varney the Vampyre, a tale which held readers in thrall when it was first published in the mid-nineteenth century.

Формат: 125x195мм, 272стр. стр.

ISBN: 184022546Х#978-1-84022-546-4

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