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Vampires in the New World

’76. A historical survey of the vampire in American popular culture over 100 years, ranging from Bram Stoker’s Dracula to HBO’s television series True Blood. The book demonstrates how cultural, scientific, and ideological trends are reflected and refracted through the figure of the vampire.

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