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Dracula. The rare text of 1901.


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ISBN 10: 1551350009 / ISBN 13: 9781551350004
Published by Transylvania Press,, White Rock, BC:, 1994
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8vo. [14], 337, [1] pp. Colour-illustrated title page facsimile of the 1901 original by Nathan. Black cloth, red lettering & illustration on front cover, w/ open-backed slipcase, F/F copy. First edition, thus, 1 of 500 copies. This nicely printed facsimile of the exceedingly scarce 1901 original edition was abridged by Stoker himself from 162,000 to 137,000 words. The revision substantially increased the speed of the narrative, and there were other changes written by the author in order to accommodate the 138 page paperback format required by Constable. Bookseller Inventory # 47282

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Title: Dracula. The rare text of 1901.

Publisher: Transylvania Press,, White Rock, BC:

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: 1st Edition

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Transylvania Press, Inc., 1994. 387 pp. Hardback. Slipcase. Foreward by Robert Eighteen-Bisang. Introduction by Raymond T. McNally. 500 copies. The frontispiece is a digitally enhanced reproduction of the 1901 paperback cover by Nathan. This is a reproduction of the 1901 abridged paperback edition published by Archibald Constable and Company. The foreward explains the nature of the edits done in 1901 by Bram Stoker, the amount of text that was edited out, and the layout of the original compared to this edition.

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