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Vampire in Lit and Film Tomislav Longinović (Tom-ee-slav Long-ee-no-vich) or call me: Toma [email protected] 262-4311
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Introduction Folklore: legend of an ancient human-like being feeding on the life essence of others to perpetuate its own existence after death Literature: gothic writing about the creature during Romanticism Film: modern visual imagination of global cultures permeated by the vampire
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Required: 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) Recommended Tomislav Longinovic: Vampires Like Us (2005) M. Summers, The Vampire in Lore and Legend (1929) Books Available at Underground Textbook Exchange 664 State St
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Films F.W. Murnau, Nosferatu (1922), 90 min. T. Browning, Dracula (1931), 75 min. R. Polanski, Vampire Ball (1967), 108 min.
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