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