DRACULA Modern Library #31 Bram Stoker Hardcover Dust Jacket
DRACULA by Bram Stoker, published by Modern Library #31. The front flap and spine of the dust jacket have been reinforced with professional book binding tape. The dust jacket shows wear and has been placed in a clear archival sleeve for protection. The binding is sound, and there aren't any obvious signs of inscriptions, marginalization, or dog-eared pages.
Dracula by Bram Stoker, was published in 1897. Dracula became the most significant work of Gothic horror literature because it was the perfect vessel for the fears and desires of the era. As an evil intruder who disrupted innocent lives, Dracula personified all that was threatening, powerful, alluring, and evil. Dracula was often banned. It contained many elements that were considered too shocking or in bad taste for the Victorian population. This included frank descriptions of blood, violence, and sexuality. Readers were disturbed by the portrayal of Dracula's three brides and Lucy after she is transformed into a vampire. If you are a collector of banned books, Dracula is a perfect addition for your library.