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Dracula (version 5)

Gelesen von Peter John Keeble

(4,308 Sterne; 13 Bewertungen)

Dracula as written by Bram Stoker in 1897 was not the first depiction of vampires and other such creatures, Gothic horror stories had been around since the early part of the century. The story related by Bram Stoker is told in an epistolary fashion utilising the journals and diaries of the main protagonists. The storyline is relatively simple; Dracula the longest living and most evil of vampires comes to England with a view to increasing the vampire population of the country. He is thwarted by five friends and driven back to his castle in Transylvania. It is not the book itself, which by the way is a good horror story, it is the portrayal of Dracula that gripped the imagination of the populous and in particular the entertainment industry. As such “Count Dracula” has become an iconic figure for over 100 years. Numerous world wide interpretations and portrayals both on stage, Cinema, and television have made Dracula synonymous with the undead and all that is evil. - Summary by Peter Keeble (16 hr 26 min)

Chapters

Jonathon Harker's Journal

32:51

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Jonathon Harker's Journal

33:22

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Jonathon Harker's Journal

34:29

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Jonathon Harker's Journal

36:32

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Letters Lucy and Mina

20:35

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Mina Murray's Journal

34:26

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Cutting from ''The Dailygraph,'' 8 August

34:23

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Mina Murray's Journal

38:41

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Mina Murray's Journal

35:51

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Mina Murray's Journal

35:41

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Lucy Westenra’s Diary

28:31

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Dr Seward's Diary

42:13

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Dr Seward's Diary

40:39

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Mins Harker's Journal

38:01

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Dr Seward's Diary

36:17

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Dr Seward's Diary (continued)

29:12

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Dr Seward’s Diary

34:27

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Dr Seward's Diary

42:29

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Jonathon Harker's Journal

35:48

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Jonathon Harker's Journal

37:13

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Dr Sewards Diary

38:13

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Jonathon Harkers Journal

32:52

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Dr Sewards Diary

34:49

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Dr. Seward’s Phonograph Diary, spoken by Van Helsing

39:13

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Dr Sewards Diary

40:58

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Dr Sewards Diary

47:12

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Mina Harrker's Journal

51:14

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Bewertungen

(5 Sterne)

the readers voice reminds me of someone. i dont know who but it's like a strangers voice that feels familiar. one of my favorite books. very excited to listen through the day 😊

A classic!

(5 Sterne)

A horror classic read beautifully! Stirred my emotions and brought tears more than once. Well worth your time!

great

(4 Sterne)

really good other than some bits were a little quiet

great book.

(3 Sterne)

I started listening to this story on spotify, the reader hadn't finished recording it so I came here to finish the last chapters. sadly I had been spoiled by the spotify versions trerreaderversions reader, this ones recording wasn't of a grwat quality and the reader read a bit of a 'get it over with' way that reminds me of school kids being forced to read in English lessons. I found it a little difficult to distinguish between the different characters speaking. otherwise it was a great book. excellent classic story but its the sound quality that let it down the most.