Guest Blog: Voivode vs. Vampire – Dracula in Modern Literature | Interesting Literature

Portrait of Vlad Tepes  (Vlad the Impaler)  from Ambras Castle, Austria, 16th century Believed to have been copied from a lost original. Source:  Wikimedia

Portrait of Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler)
from Ambras Castle, Austria, 16th century
Probably copied from a lost original.
Source: Wikimedia

 

If you would like a look at the influence of the historical Dracula, Vlad the Impaler, upon modern literature as well as upon Bram Stoker’s novel, here is your article.  The author is Gemma Norman, a first-year PhD student in Ottoman studies at the University of Birmingham.

Guest Blog: Voivode vs. Vampire – Dracula in Modern Literature | Interesting Literature.

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