Other Works By Bram Stoker

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Other Works by Bram Stoker

The Jewel of Seven Stars first edition

The Jewel of Seven Stars

UK First Edition: Heinemann, 1903

The Jewel of Seven Stars American 1st Edition, 1904

US First Edition: Harper & Brothers; London, 1904

The Jewel of Seven Stars, Arrow

Arrow, 1975

Zebra, 1979

Zebra, 1979

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Lady Of The Shroud

Lady Of The Shroud 1st edition, Heinemann, 1909

First edition – Heinemann, 1909

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Lair Of The White Worm

Lair Of The White Worm 1911 1st edition by Rider and Son 2

First edition – Rider and Son, 1911

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Lair Of The White Worm 1911 1st edition by Rider and Son

First edition, second printing – Rider and Son, 1911

Pamela Colman Smith’s illustrations

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“He kept his eyes fixed on Lilla.”

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 “Lady Arabella was dancing in a fantastic sort of way.”

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“The kite was shaped like a great hawk.”

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“Oolanga’s black face…peering out from a clump of evergreens.”

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“They could follow the tall white shaft.”

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“Down the turret stair she flew quickly.”

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W. Foulsham & Co. Limited., London Abridged Editon , 1925

W. Foulsham & Co. Ltd, London, 1925

Abridged edition. Partially re-written and condensed to 28 chapters by an unknown writer. This was the only version available in the UK until the original version was republished by Foulsham in 1986 under the title Dracula and The Lair of the White Worm.

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Lair of the White Worm 1950s

Sundown Books, 1950s

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The Lair of the White Worm

Arrow Books, London, 1960

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Lair of the White Worm 1963

Arrow Books, London, 1963

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Paperback Library 1966, 1st American Edition

Paperback Library, New York, 1966

First American Edition

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Arrow Books, London, 1967

Arrow Books, London, 1967

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Lair Of The White Worm Arrow

Arrow Books, London, 1975

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Zebra, 1979

Zebra, 1979

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