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"very thorough...excellent"--ARBA; "Melton and Hornick put together a volume that will spare future vampire enthusiasts and scholars who are studying this mythical figure and its sociocultural background a long research session at the library. Their comprehensive bibliography features more than six thousand entries of English-language secondary sources of the vampire myth as it has been portrayed in print and visual media from 1800 to 2013. A major auxiliary research source for the newly formed discipline of vampire studies and for the fields of English, comparative literature, film studies, cultural and ethnic area studies and folklore"--H-Net Reviews; "lists some 6,000 books and articles...a checklist for collectors and libraries"--Communications Booknotes Quarterly.Reseña del editor:
The Vampire in Folklore, History, Literature, Film and Television is the most comprehensive listing of writings about the vampire and related creatures covering material generated through the nineteenth and twentieth century to the present. The listings document the penetration of the vampire into all areas of Western society from scholarly discourse to popular culture, from politics to cook books. It especially reaches into to the mass market aspects of vampire life in television and the movies from Bela Lugosi's Dracula to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, True Blood, and the Twilight Saga. Beginning with vampire folklore, the volume covers historical writings, the vampire in literature, the cinema and television, and its widespread appearing in academic writings and its presence among true believers who want nothing more than to become a child of the night.
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