|AutorIn||Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu|
|Edition||decorated with the original illustrations New edition of the original and unabridged text|
|erschienen bei||apebook Verlag|
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"Carmilla" is a horror story by the Irish author Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu from 1872 and one of the early works of vampire literature - it preceded Bram Stoker's "Dracula" (1897) by 26 years. The title character is a prototypical example of the lesbian vampire who wishes to live out her romantic desires with the female protagonist. She is torn between tender affection and vampire greed when it comes to the object of her desire. Here, typical elements of the Victorian gothic novel are combined with female eroticism and sexuality. The story has been adapted several times in film and other media. ABOUT THE BOOK SERIES The ApeBook Classics (ABC) bring to life famous and lesser known masterpieces of world literature in digital format. This means that even works that have almost been forgotten are preserved for cultural memory. apebook adheres to the highest standards in eBook production and offers you high quality, aesthetically pleasing classics at a fair price. Don't settle for cheap and loveless versions if you love good literature, instead choose low-priced but beautiful editions from a real publisher. With the ApeBook Classics you get professionally created eBooks that appreciate the literary value of their content through an appropriate design. Search for more ApeBook Classics titles to build your digital library by typing "apebook" in the browse field. By the way, apebook also offers selected titles as paperback editions. And last but not least: apebook supports the environmental organization "Save the rainforest". By buying the books from our shop, you are doing the same. You can find a complete overview of the publishing programme at: www.apebook.de
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