Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Another favorite story of this time of year is Dracula, and yet again it is about a character who has found his way into movies, and onto television screens over the decades.

While Dracula might be the most famous of Vampires to appear in fiction, a little trip around the internet reveals he was not the first literary vampire.  Per Wikipedia:

The literary vampire first appeared in 18th-century poetry, before becoming one of the stock figures of gothic fiction with the publication of Polidori‘s The Vampyre (1819), which was inspired by the life and legend of Lord Byron.

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