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Bram Stoker’s Horror Stories Translated

Bram Stoker’s Horror Stories TranslatedBram Stoker’s Horror Stories Translated

A collection of short stories from Irish author of Gothic horror tales Bram Stoker has been translated in Persian.

The book “Dracula’s Guest and Other Weird Stories” is translated by Mohammadreza Maleki and released by Peydayesh publication. It contains horror stories, fairy tales and detective fiction, Mehr News Agency reported on its Persian website.

Originally published in 1914, the collection includes stories of Dracula’s Guest, The Judge’s House, A Dream of Red Hands, The Secret of the Growing Gold, The Burial of Rats, The Gipsy Prophecy, The Squaw, The Coming of Abel Behenna, and Crooken Sands.

Abraham Stoker, known as Bram Stoker, (1847-1912) was an Irish author, best known for his 1897 Gothic novel Dracula.

In addition to 12 novels, Stoker also wrote a total of 50 short stories, 35 of which were released in three collections. In terms of genre, the stories include Gothic horror, fantasy, adventure, comedy and romance.


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