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The Vampyre: A Tale By John Polidori
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The Vampire; A Tale is considered to be the first work of modern vampire literature.The gothic horror story was originally published, without permission and attributed to Lord Byron, in the British... More > New Monthly Magazine in 1819, against the wishes and repeated complaints of both authors. It is the story of the bloodthirsty Lord Ruthven, a character often compared to Lord Byron himself. Born in London in 1795, doctor and author John Polidori traveled with Lord Byron as his personal physician in 1816 (the “Year Without a Summer”), during which time “The Vampyre” was written. Polidori died in London in 1821 at the age of 25. This new edition is part of the Supernatural Fox Sisters’ Supernatural History Series. The newly typeset and edited works are included in collections of books and artifact reproductions focusing on places and events in supernatural history, available through thesupernaturalfoxsisters.com.< Less
The Vampyre By John Polidori
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This short proto-gothic novel was sensation in its day, and it has spawned an vampire mythology and craze wordwide. Numerous books and plays have been produced based on or imitating its story line.... More > It was originally spuriously attributed to Lord Byron, but it was actually written by Dr. John William Polidori, a physician friend of Lord Byron. The main character of Ruthven however is reputedly based on Byron.< Less
The Vampyre : The First English Vampire Tale By John Polidori
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Credited by some as the creator of the vampire genre of fantasy fiction, John William Polidori was Lord Byron’s physician, and as a writer was heavily influenced by the Romantic movement. His... More > 1819 short novel The Vampyre was his most successful work and was the first vampire story ever written in English. The story was at one time incorrectly attributed to Lord Byron himself.< Less
The Vampyre; A Tale By John William Polidori
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The Vampyre: A Tale By John William Polidori
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"The Vampyre" is a short story or novella written in 1819 by John William Polidori which is a progenitor of the romantic vampire genre of fantasy fiction. The work is described by... More > Christopher Frayling as "the first story successfully to fuse the disparate elements of vampirism into a coherent literary genre."< Less
Posso dire una cosa? - di Miao Pioi - un parente stretto di Mario Polidori. In una morsa. By Mario Polidori
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“Un guizzo anarchico dell’intelligenza giocato sul filo del paradosso e dell’assurdo. Un capolavoro di giocoso funambolismo intellettuale in cui si elabora una sorta di teoria... More > generale della ingenuità e confusione umana. Una pausa di eccentricità e raro umorismo tanto più preziosi nel tempo frenetico e stressante in cui viviamo.” Un lettore “Un cardio-tonico omeopatico” Una lettrice< Less
Il vampiro By John Polidori
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"Il vampiro" è un racconto breve di John Polidori pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1819.
I Viaggi - di Miao Pioi By Mario Polidori
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Un libro molto bello, che vale la pena di comprare. Se non volete comprarlo potete rimetterlo dove l'avete trovato, non lasciatelo in giro, non se lo merita.
I Viaggi di Miao Pioi By Mario Polidori
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Un libro molto bello, che vale la pena di comprare. Se non volete comprarlo, potete rimetterlo dove l'avete trovato, non lasciatelo in giro, non se lo merita.
Selected Vampire Stories By Johann Ludwig Tieck et al.
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Selected vampires, stories is a collection of the firsts vampire stories in the 19 century, that defined the vampire genre, that have preceded the famous “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, and a... More > source of inspiration for him. The collection includes tales from: Johann Ludwig Tieck (Wake Not the Dead,1800), John Polidori (The Vampyre 1819), Jan Neruda(Vampire,1820) Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley(The Mortal Immortal 1833), Edgar Allan Poe ("Ligeia" 1838)< Less

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