Book Discussion: Dracula by Bram Stoker

  • December 28, 2013 · 2:30 PM
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Forget all the movies for a little while and let's read and talk about the book that started the whole fascination for vampires.  

Bram Stoker's classic Dracula is one of the most popular novels in the history of the English language; it has never been out of print since its publication in 1897 and has probably inspired more movies than any other novel.  So let's have some good coffee (free refills) and snacks and talk about this legendary masterpiece of English literature.

There will be a trivia quiz with a prize for the winner.

This book can be read free here.  Choose your format for download or read on-screen if you don't own a copy.

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  • Margalit

    Sheila did a great job in discussing the book and other topics - thank you

    December 28

  • Sheila Clemett

    Looking forward to this one. Everyone also please bring suggestions for the next book.

    November 30

    • Katie

      I know I'm a newbie and it's a little late with the movie but can I suggest Carrie as a possible read?

      December 27

    • Sheila Clemett

      We did Carrie back in the summer, but we can put that one on next year.

      December 27

  • Katie

    Sorry I need to change my rsvp to no. I got a surprise visit from my sister, she's in the Navy, and her last day with me is tomorrow before she ships away again. Hope to meet everyone next time.

    December 27

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