Bram Stoker‘s Commentary on Victorian Science
Carol Senf

Despite a wealth of recent scholarly work, Bram Stoker remains an enigma whose works often elicit contradictory conclusions from readers. Remembered today as the writer of the indisputably Gothic novel, Dracula, Stoker wrote seventeen other books; and many of them reveal his interest in areas that seem antithetical to the Gothic and its mysteries. Included among those areas are an interest in science and technology.

Gothic Studies
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Laurie Garrison, Avril Horner, Robert Miles, Lyn Pykett, Carol Senf, Joel Terranova and Diana Wallace

Gothic Studies
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C. C. Wharram, Anne Mallory, Edward Ingebretsen, Carol Senf, John Baillieul, Vicky Simpson and David Janssen

Gothic Studies