Powers of Darkness: the wild translation of Dracula from turn-of-the-century Sweden by Bram Stoker, Hans Corneel De Roos, W. Trimble, A—e

Powers of Darkness: the wild translation of Dracula from turn-of-the-century Sweden

Bram Stoker, Hans Corneel De Roos, W. Trimble, A—e with Anna Berglund (Translator), Emil Åberg (Illustrator)

1040 pages first pub 2020 (editions)

fiction classics horror mysterious reflective medium-paced

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Powers of Darkness (Swedish: Mörkrets makter) is a translation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula published in the Stockholm newspaper Dagen in 1899–1900. It is longer than Dracula and features an expanded cast of characters, elaborate adventures in the Tra...

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