RSSS 315 (Tier 2): Ninth Week (Tuesday). Vampires and Werewolves: Slavic Folklore in Our Culture. News. Topics for today Film comments Interpreting Stoker Religious Sociological Psychological Formalist. Religious. Good vs Evil Infectiousness of evil Links with darkness, decay, death
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Vampires and Werewolves: Slavic Folklore in Our Culture
First published in Dark Blue, December, 1871 through March of 1872.
Some have said: "probably the best vampire story of all"
Diminished Gothic's emphasis on external sources of terror
Focus on the psychological effects
LesbianismJoseph Sheridan Le Fanu, 1814-73
Sad endingBela Lugosi 1882-1956