A Short Bibliography on Dracula and the Law For World Dracula Day

It’s World Dracula Day! Here’s a short bibliography on Bram Stoker’s famous work and the law.

Gary Day, The State of Dracula: Bureaucracy and the Vampire, in Re-Reading Victorian Fiction 81 (2000).

Peter J. Hutchings, The Criminal Spectre in Law, Literature, and Aesthetics: Incriminating Subjects (London: Routledge, 2001).

William Thomas McBride, Dracula and Mephistopheles: Shyster Vampires, 18 Literature/Film Quarterly 116 (1990).

Bram Stoker, The New Annotated Dracula (Leslie S. Klinger, ed., W. W. Norton, 2008).

Here’s a link to the British Library’s Dracula page. 

The Law Library of Congress’s Margaret Wood offers this essay on Dracula and copyright and Jonathan Bailey tells us about copyright and Dracula films here. 

Read the novel here. 

And finally,

George M. Platt, The Dracula Mortgage: Creature of the Omitted Junior Lien Lienholder, 67 Or. L. Rev. 287 (1988).