Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri ManiscalcoIn this New York Times bestselling sequel to Kerri Maniscalcos haunting #1 debut Stalking Jack the Ripper, bizarre murders are discovered in the castle of Prince Vlad the Impaler, otherwise known as Dracula. Could it be a copycat killer...or has the depraved prince been brought back to life?
Following the grief and horror of her discovery of Jack the Rippers true identity, Audrey Rose Wadsworth has no choice but to flee London and its memories. Together with the arrogant yet charming Thomas Cresswell, she journeys to the dark heart of Romania, home to one of Europes best schools of forensic medicine...and to another notorious killer, Vlad the Impaler, whose thirst for blood became legend.
But her lifes dream is soon tainted by blood-soaked discoveries in the halls of the schools forbidding castle, and Audrey Rose is compelled to investigate the strangely familiar murders. What she finds brings all her terrifying fears to life once again.
BRAM STOKER'S "DRACULA", CHAPTER 14
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All rights reserved. Seward has to arrange a lot of the funeral stuff for both Mrs. Westenra and Lucy.
Bram Stoker's Dracula is a classic vampire tale. First published in , the novel was influenced by a history of vampire myths and stories, but Stoker shaped all those fragmented tales to create a literary legend that was just the start of what we know and understand about vampires in current literature. Even though stories like Polidori's "The Vampire" and Le Fanu's Carmilla already existed at the time when Dracula was first published, Stoker's novel--and his literary imagination--helped to spawn a new dimension in horror literature. Here are a few quotes from Bram Stoker's Dracula. Notes: The novel is written in the style of a journal, written by Jonathan Harker.
Seward finalizes preparations for the funerals of Lucy and her mother. Seward is shocked, but Van Helsing asks that Seward trust him. Seward agrees. The next day, Van Helsing cancels the plan; the crucifix was removed overnight, and now they must wait. They send for Mrs. Arthur returns to say his final goodbyes; Seward has to assure him that the lifelike Lucy is really dead Browse all BookRags Study Guides.
Mina decides to transcribe the journal which Jonathan kept at the Castle Dracula in Transylvania. On the 24th of September, she receives a letter from Dr. Van Helsing asking her if he may discuss Lucy's illness with her. Mina agrees to see him and, that day, Van Helsing arrives. This is the first time that Mina has met Van Helsing, and she gives him Jonathan's journal, which she has finished transcribing. Later that day, Mina receives a note from Van Helsing in which he expresses an intense desire to meet Jonathan.