By Bram Stoker (Author)

Series Signature Editions


Pub Date 7/18/2023

ISBN 9781435172609

Format Hardcover, Jacketed


Discover the story of Bram Stoker’s Dracula with this striking collector’s edition from Union Square & Co.'s Signature Editions series! The classic texts that shaped our culture feature exclusive cover art by distinguished artist Malika Favre. Her bold, graphic style gives each classic literature book a small masterpiece for a jacket. Collect the set or prize this Dracula special edition as your showpiece literary classic.
Fledgling English lawyer Jonathan Harker treks into the Carpathian Mountains to complete a real estate transaction—despite the frightening warnings of the horrible dangers that await him. Harker's client is the ancient Count Dracula, who lives in a sumptuously furnished castle—one strangely devoid of mirrors. Harker soon realizes that the Count's interest in London is more than idle curiosity and is woefully unprepared for the Count's obsession with Harker's fiancée, Mina...

Literary history and meaning: Dracula, by Bram Stoker, was first published in 1897. This Gothic horror novel is told through a series of letters, diary entries, and newspaper clippings, and it follows the story of Count Dracula's attempt to move from Transylvania to England to spread the undead curse. The novel is renowned for its chilling atmosphere, intricate plot, and iconic depiction of the vampire Count Dracula. Dracula is not only a classic work of horror literature but also a cultural phenomenon that has inspired countless adaptations in various media, from film and television to literature and theater. Its enduring relevance lies in its exploration of themes such as the battle between good and evil, the fear of the unknown, and the human fascination with mortality and immortality. Dracula continues to captivate audiences and remains a cornerstone of vampire mythology in popular culture.

Bram Stoker(1847–1912) was born in Dublin, Ireland, and worked as a theater critic before becoming manager of London’s Lyceum Theatre.

Title Details

Pages 432 pages

Trim 5.25 x 8 x 0 Inches

Territories World

Category Classics

Carton Quantity 28