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Dracula (1897): Web Sources

A list of resources available through Truxal Library for researching Bram Stoker's Dracula


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These are open-access websites:

Bram Stoker
Biographical and contextual information, as well as literary criticism about Stoker's work, from The Victorian Web

Dracula’s Homepage
In-depth information on Stoker and Dracula

Walt Whitman's Influence on Stoker's Dracula 
Published in the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review

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