The Vampyre, and Other Tales of the Macabre

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

WE would like to thank the following people for their help with the production of this book: Lindsay Bell, Peter Bell, Gerard Collins, Giselle Corbeil, Jane Desmarais, Maud Ellmann, Michael Fitzgerald, Ann Hennigar, Gillis Harp, Barbara Harp, Graham Hogg, Colin Jones, Larry Krupp, D. L. Macdonald, Andrew MacRae, Bill McCormack, Murdina McRae, Dale Miller, Carole Morrison, Sue Rauth, Ruth Richardson, Debbie Seary, Ralph Stewart, Darlene Sweet, Jennifer Taylor, and Beert Verstraete. We would also like to thank the staffs of the Acadia University Library, the Cambridge University Library, the Widener Library, Harvard, as well as the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for their generous research grant.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Introduction vii
  • Note on the Text xxiii
  • Select Bibliography xxv
  • Chronology of the Magazines xxvii
  • The Vampyre 3
  • Sir Guy Eveling''s Dream 25
  • Confessions of a Reformed Ribbonman 33
  • Monos and Daimonos 53
  • The Master of Logan 63
  • The Victim 87
  • Some Terrible Letters from Scotland 99
  • The Curse 113
  • Life in Death 129
  • My Hobby,--Rather 139
  • The Red Man 143
  • Post-Mortem Reflections of a Medical Lecturer 165
  • The Bride of Lindorf 175
  • Passage in the Secret History of an Irish Countess 201
  • Appendix A- PRELIMINARIES FOR THE VAMPYRE 235
  • Appendix B- NOTE ON THE VAMPYRE 244
  • Appendix C- AUGUSTUS DARVELL 246
  • Biographical Notes 253
  • Explanatory Notes 257
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