Near Fine. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Stiff pictorial wraps. This edition of Dracula reprints the 1901 Constable (London) paperback edition, edited and abridged by the author himself. 264 pp. Light shelf/handling wear. Square, uncreased binding, clean interior.
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New. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Bram Stoker's classic best-seller Dracula was first published in 1897. But in 1901, Stoker revised and edited the book for a new English edition. Stoker's aim in this revision was to tighten the novel, cutting out a lot of the slower-paced and dialogue-heavy scenes. Overall, he reduced the wordage by 15%, a significant change. Since this was the last work Stoker did on the book, it stands as the final and definitive author's cut, but has been out of print since that first edition over a century ago. All other editions in print use the out-of-date text of the 1897 edition. The new Creation edition of the definitive Dracula is enhanced by the inclusiuon of Stoker's story Dracula's Guest, originally planned as a chapter of the novel but excised before publication, and also by an introduction written by Bram Stoker himself in 1901 and first published in the Icelandic edition of Dracula. This new definitive edition of Dracula is the only such version in print and should therefore be the first purchase choice of anyone wishing to read the novel as Stoker finally intended.
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