Dracula and Frankenstein Two Books in One Slipcase
Author: Dracula was written by Bram Stoker who was an Irish author and at one point the personal assistant of actor Henry Irving. He wrote for the Daily Telegraph in London and produced other works of fiction and non-fiction.
Author: Frankenstein was written by Mary Shelley (1797-1851) who was a novelist, short story writer, dramatist, and biographer. The wife of the romantic poet, Percy Bysshe Shelley, she was ostracized by society along with Shelley because Shelley was already married. Famously, the Shelleys spent the summer of 1816 residing with Lord Byron and others near Geneva and it was during this time that she had the idea for Frankenstein.
Publisher/Date: UK: Arcturus; Box edition (2016) Perfect Partners series.
Format/Condition: Two new small cloth hardcovers books with gilt lettering and design in one slipcase in Fine condition. Dracula has 350 pages; Frankenstein has 205 pages. Dimensions of each: 4 1/2 x 7 inches.
Description: These two novels are two of the greatest horror stories in the Gothic style. Dracula tells the story of Jonathan Harker's travels to Transylvania to conduct a property sale with Count Dracula, only for the mysterious Count to appear in England and set off a frightening chain of events. Frankenstein is Mary Shelley's tale of the grotesque creature created as a result of an horrific science experiment by Victor Frankenstein, who is rejected by society and runs amok with devastating consequences.