Syllabus I - Literature in Translation 248 The Vampire in Literature and Film Professor Tomislav Longinovic Spring 2009 This course explores the

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Literature in Translation 248 The Vampire in Literature and Film Professor Tomislav Longinovic Spring 2009 This course explores the historical development of the vampire legend, from its roots in Slavic and East Europe century until today. Since the problematic image of the vampire vacillates between the real and the imaginary, t anthropology to the discussions on literary and cinematic representations of the ancient creature of horror.
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BOOKS : (Required: Underground Textbook Exchange, 664 State St) A.Dundes, The Vampire (1998) A. Ryan, The Penguin Book of Vampire Stories (1989) Gordon&Hollinger, eds, Blood Read (1997) McNally&Florescu, In Search of Dracula (1994) B. Pekic, How To Quiet A Vampire (1978) FILMS : F.W. Murnau, Nosferatu (1922), 90 min. T. Browning, Dracula (1931), 75 min. R. Polanski, Fearless Vampire Killers (1967), 108 min. W. Herzog, Nosferatu (1979), 124 min. T. Scott, The Hunger (1983), 100 min. F.F. Coppola,
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Syllabus I - Literature in Translation 248 The Vampire in Literature and Film Professor Tomislav Longinovic Spring 2009 This course explores the

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