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Dracula

1897 Gothic horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker

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26 May 1897Gregorian
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To my dear friend Hommy-Beg
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Borgo Pass
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Buda-Pesth
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Chapter XXV
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Chapter XXVI
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Chapter XXVI
3 May. Bistritz. - Left Munich at 8.35 p.m. on 1st May, arriving at Vienna early next Morning; should have arrived at 6.46, but train was an hour late. (English)
Already he knows her sweetness and loving care; later on he will understand how some men so loved her, that they did dare much for her sake. (English)
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Like a house sales agent, Jonathan is already using a camera, this one (first marketed in 1888) being the cheapest and most compact to have appeared yet. (English)
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Dracula
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The Un-Dead (English)
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Later: the Morning of 16 May (Chapter III)
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Dr Seward's Diary, 30 September (Chapter XVII)
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Jonathan Harker's Journal, 1 October, 5 a.m. (Chapter XIX)
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Mina Harker's Journal, 1 October (Chapter XIX)
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Mina Harker's Journal, 5 October, 5 p.m. (Chapter XXIV)
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Dr Seward's Diary, 28 October (Chapter XXV)
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Dr Seward's Diary, 28 October (Chapter XXV)
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