Dracula y Frankenstein / Dracula and Frankenstein
Autor: Bram Stoker ,
Número de Páginas: 160
In these Golden Classics we present two works of universal literature: Dracula and Frankenstein. Bram Stoker Novelist and Irish writer. He belonged to the Golden Dawn secret society, in which famous writers met to discuss occult and esoteric themes. The story of Dracula begins when Jonathan Harker, a young lawyer, travels from London to Transylvania to visit his client: Count Dracula, who lives in a tenebrous castle. Dr. Van Helsing, Seward, Arthur, Quincey, Mina and Jonathan discover the misdeeds of Count Dracula, a fearsome vampire, and bravely decide to pursue and kill him. Mary W. Shelley. Novelist, narrator, dramatist, essayist, philosopher and British biographer. He possessed great intellectual tenacity and advanced education. Frankenstein's novel tells the story of Victor Frankenstein, who lived happily in Switzerland, but when his mother died he promised to be a great doctor and beat death. In the laboratory of his house, in England, he put together a monstrous being. One stormy night he placed it in the rain, a lightning bolt fell on him and it came to life. However, the horrible being, driven by hatred, caused him great harm. By challenging the laws of nature Victor...