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Mr FiRsT DaTe ReAdY Apr 23
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Clay F. Johnson Jun 16
According to some, Byron read aloud ghost stories from Fantasmagoriana , or rather on this night, 16 June 1816, and afterward challenged all to write their own ghost story. This inspired Mary Shelley’s & 's The Vampyre.
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Eridan Jan 8
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The Lazy Panda Jan 5
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Open Graves & Minds Mar 31
Today is the 200 year anniversary of the publication of the first vampire in fiction 's 'The Vampyre' 1819. Poor Polidori never knew the fame his creation would achieve as the star of hundreds of books, plays and films – and millions of nightmares
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Clay F. Johnson Mar 31
Dr. John William Polidori’s “The Vampyre", arguably the vampire tale that started it all, was first published 200 years ago in 1819. “Upon her neck and breast was blood, and upon her throat were the marks of teeth having opened the vein…"
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Steve Bray Jan 16
Spotted at lunchtime. Author of the first modern vampire story.
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PJ Parker Jun 30
Are you ready for a stand-alone Paranormal Romance sequel like no other, one with real bite? ORIGIN OF THE VAMPYRE Coming soon to bookstores internationally.
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Esercito di Cruciani Jan 7
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Martina Bartlett Apr 12
Looking forward to reading this...
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Clay F. Johnson Jun 18
To continue in the spirit of the Haunted Summer—yesterday & today were full of storms—I want to copy out Polidori’s diary entry that he wrote in 1816. Given Shelley’s vivid & haunted imagination, I do not doubt Polidori’s account.
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Coffin Boffin Mar 29
My take on how vampires transitioned from dishevelled peasants to alluring aristocrats thanks to for
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Mattia Giusto Zanon Jan 6
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A-S Edwards Apr 6
John, your time has finally come - at the symposium and viewing a copy of 'The Vampyre' at the
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Dr Xavier Aldana Reyes Mar 7
The programme for ‘Some curious disquiet’: , the Byronic Vampire, and Its Progeny: A symposium for the bicentenary of 'The Vampyre' (6-7 April, Keats House, Hampstead) has been released. Tickets available here:
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Ocram Jan 7
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garrone eva Jan 7
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