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3 world renowned tales of gothic horror Dracula - Bram Stokers classic needs no introduction, although not the first vampire novel, it is the one that the vampire genre owes the most debt to. The novel is told in epistolary format via a series of diary entries, letters etc and centres around an English solicitor and his travels to the crumbling ruins of Count Dracula's cast 3 world renowned tales of gothic horror Dracula - Bram Stokers classic needs no introduction, although not the first vampire novel, it is the one that the vampire genre owes the most debt to. The novel is told in epistolary format via a series of diary entries, letters etc and centres around an English solicitor and his travels to the crumbling ruins of Count Dracula's castle. Frankenstein - Written when she was only 19, Frankenstein if the most famous novel of author Mary Shelley and one of the few that can sit alongside Dracula as a true classic of the horror genre. Similar to Dracula, Frankenstein is also told in epistolary format and tells the tale of Dr. Frankenstein and his attempt harness the power of lightning to bring life to his inanimate creation. Phantom of the opera - Often overshadowed by the success of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical and film adaptations, Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera is an overlooked classic of the gothic horror genre. Phantom of the opera mixes creepy horror with delicate romance in a tale of obsession and madness.


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3 world renowned tales of gothic horror Dracula - Bram Stokers classic needs no introduction, although not the first vampire novel, it is the one that the vampire genre owes the most debt to. The novel is told in epistolary format via a series of diary entries, letters etc and centres around an English solicitor and his travels to the crumbling ruins of Count Dracula's cast 3 world renowned tales of gothic horror Dracula - Bram Stokers classic needs no introduction, although not the first vampire novel, it is the one that the vampire genre owes the most debt to. The novel is told in epistolary format via a series of diary entries, letters etc and centres around an English solicitor and his travels to the crumbling ruins of Count Dracula's castle. Frankenstein - Written when she was only 19, Frankenstein if the most famous novel of author Mary Shelley and one of the few that can sit alongside Dracula as a true classic of the horror genre. Similar to Dracula, Frankenstein is also told in epistolary format and tells the tale of Dr. Frankenstein and his attempt harness the power of lightning to bring life to his inanimate creation. Phantom of the opera - Often overshadowed by the success of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical and film adaptations, Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera is an overlooked classic of the gothic horror genre. Phantom of the opera mixes creepy horror with delicate romance in a tale of obsession and madness.

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