Vampirism

General Studies


ALDRIDGE, A. Owen. “The Vampire Theme: Dumas Père and the English Stage.” Revue des Langues Vivantes 39 (1973): 312-324. [GGI: 2316].
ANATOL, Giselle L. The Things That Fly in the Night: Female Vampires in Literature of the Circum-Caribbean and African Diaspora. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 2015.
ANTONI, Rita. "A Vampiric Relation To Feminism: The Monstrous-Feminine In Whitley Strieber's And Anne Rice's Gothic Fiction".  Americana: E-Journal Of American Studies In Hungary 4.1 (2008): 1.
BABENER, Liahana. “Predators of the Spirit: The Vampire Theme in Nineteenth-Century Literature.” Dissertation Abstracts International 36 (1976): 6668A-6669A (University of California at Los Angeles). [GGI: 2317].
BARAN, Henryk. “Some Reminiscences in Blok: Vampirism and Its Antecedents.” Aleksandr Blok Centennial Conference. Ed. Walter N. Vickery, Bogdan B. Sagatov. Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1984. 43-60. [GGII: 1405].
BARBER, Paul. Vampires, Burial, and Death: Folklore and Reality. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1988. [GGII: 1406].
BARTLETT, Wayne & Flavia IDRICEANU. Legends of Blood; The Vampire in History and Myth. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006.
BHALLA, Alok. Politics of Atrocity and Lust: The Vampire Tale as a Nightmare History of England in the Nineteenth Century. New Delhi, India: Sterling Publishers, 1990. [GGII: 1407].
BREEN, R. S. “An Irish Vampire.” Occult Review 38 (October, 1925): 242-245. [GGI: 2320].
BUTLER, Erik.  Metamorphoses of the Vampire in Literature and Film: Cultural Transformations in Europe, 1732-1933.  Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2010.  
CAIN, Jimmie. "Racism and the Vampire: The Anti-Slavic Premise of Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897)." Draculas, Vampires, and Other Undead Forms: Essays on Gender, Race and Culture.  Eds. Browning, John, Caroline Joan Picart, and David J. Skal.  Lanham: Scarecrow, 2009. 127-134.
CAMPRA, Rosalba. “I Requisiti della narrazione: La Parola ai vampiri.” Strumenti Critici: RevistiQuadrimestrale di Cultura e Critica Literaria (Bologna, Italy) 7 (1992): 223-243. [GGII: 1408].
CARTER, Margaret L. “A Gravedigger’s Dozen of Outstanding Vampire Tales.” NIEKAS 45: Essays on Dark Fantasy. Center Harbor, NH: Niekas Publications, 1998. 39-43.
CARTER, Margaret L. Shadow of a Shade: A Survey of Vampirism in Literature. New York: Gordon Press, 1977. [GGI: 2321A].
CARTER, Margaret L. The Vampire in Literature: A Critical Bibliography. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press, 1989. [GGII: 1409].
CLASEN, Mathias. "Attention, Predation, Counterintuition: Why Dracula Won't Die."  Style.  46.3 (2012): 378.
CLASEN, Mathias. "Vampire Apocalypse: A Biocultural Critique of Richard Matheson's I Am Legend." Philosophy and Literature. 34.2 (2010): 313-328.
COPPER, Basil. The Vampire in Legend, Fact, and Art. London: Robert Hale, 1973. [GGI: 2323].
CRANNY-FRANCIS, Anne. “De-fanging the Vampire: S.M. Charnas’s The Vampire Tapestry as Subversive Horror Fiction” American Horror Fiction: From Brockden Brown to Stephen King. Ed. Brian Docherty. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 155-175. [GGII: 1411].
CRAWFORD, Heidi.  “Vampires: Myths and Metaphors of Enduring Evil.”  Ed. Day, Peter.  Comparative Literature Studies.  44.4 (2007): 518-521.
DAY, William Patrick. Vampire Legends in Contemporary American Culture (What Becomes a Legend Most). Lexington: Kentucky University Press, 2002.
DIMIC, Milan V. “Vampiromania in the Eighteenth Century: The Other Side of the Enlightenment” l’-Homme et la nature: Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. Ed. R.J. Merret. Edmonton, Canada: The Society, 1984. 1-22. [GGII: 1412].
DOMÍNGUEZ-RUÉ, Emma.  “Sins of the flesh: Anorexia, eroticism and the female vampire in Bram Stoker's Dracula”.  Journal of Gender Studies.  19.3 (2010):  297-308.  
DUROT-BOUCé, Elizabeth. “‘Chew You Up and Spit You Out’: Rewriting a Familiar Fixture of the Gothic Novel.” Anglophonia: French Journal of English Studies 15 (2004): 209-16.
EAVES, A. Osborne. Modern Vampirism. Harrogate, England: Talisman, 1904. [GGI: 2324].
FLEISCHHACK, Maria. "Vampires and Mummies in Victorian Gothic Fiction." Inklings: Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik.  27 (2009): 62-77.
FRAYLING, Christopher. “Vampires.” London Magazine 14 (June-July 1974): 94-104. [GGI: 2327].
FRAYLING, Christopher. Vampires: Lord Byron to Count Dracula. London: Faber, 1991. [GG-II: 1413].
FROST, Brian J. The Monster with a Thousand Fa-ces: Guises of the Vampire in Myth and Literature. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1989. [GGII: 1414].
GELDER, Ken. Reading the Vampire. New York: Routledge, 1995.
GORDON, Joan and Veronica HOLLINGER. Blood Read: The Vampire as Metaphor in Contemporary Culture. Foreword Brian Aldiss. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997.
GRIGORE-MURESAN, Madalina. “La Femme vam-pire chez Mircea Eliade, Théophile Gautier, et Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.” Cahiers du Gerf 7 (2000): 45-59. [The Female Vampire in the Works of Mircea Eliade, Théophile Gautier, and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.]
GUYANT, Valerie L. "Vixen, Virgin Or Vamp? Female Characters in Vampire Literature Past and Present." Diss.  Northern Illinois University, 2011.
HALLAB, Mary Y. Vampire God: The Allure of the Undead in Western Culture. Albany: State U of New York P, 2009.
HAMMACK, Brenda Mann.  “Florence Marryat's Female Vampire and the Scientizing of Hybridity”.  Studies in English Literature.  48.4 (2008):  885-896.  
HELSABECK, Keith Hinkleman. " ‘Chasing After Monsters with a Butterfly Net:’ the Victorian Approach to Vampires in Stoker's "Dracula"."  Diss.  The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2008.
HILLYER, Vincent. Vampires. Los Banos, CA: Loose Change, 1988. [GGII: 1416].
HOCK, Stefan. Die Vampyrsage und ihre verwertung in der deutschen literatur. Berlin: Forschungen zur Neuren Literatur, Band 17, 1900. [GGI: 2328].
HOLTE, James Craig, ed. The Fantastic Vampire: Studies in the Child-ren of the Night: Selected Essays from the Eighteenth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002.
HOLTE, James Craig. Dracula in the Dark: The Dracula Film Adaptations. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997.
HOYT, Olga. Lust for Blood: The Consuming Story of Vampires. New York: Stein and Day, 1984. [GGII: 1417].
HURWOOD, Bernhardt G. Vampires, Werewolves, and Ghouls. New York: School Book Services, 1968. [GGII: 1418].
INGELBIEN, Raphael.  “Gothic Genealogies: Dracula, Bowen's Court, and Anglo-Irish Psychology”.  English Language History.  70.4 (2003) 1089-1105.
KAPLAN, Stephen. Vampires Are. Palm Springs, CA: ETC Publications, 1984. [GGII: 1420].
KHADER, Jamil. "Un/Speakability and Radical Otherness: The Ethics of Trauma in Bram Stoker's Dracula." College Literature. 39.2 (2012): 73-97.
KIDD, Jonathan Ivy. “Within the Bosom of the Bard: Shakespeare and Social Death.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 65.3 (2004): 943.
KRAMER, Kaley. “Madmen in the Middle: Folklore and Science in Bram Stoker's Dracula.” Victorian Gothic. Ed. Karen Sayer and Rosemary Mitchell. Leeds, England: Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies, Trinity and All Saints College, University of Leeds, 2003. 69-80.
KRISHNAN, Lakshmi. “‘Why Am I So Changed?’: Vampiric Selves and Gothic Doubleness in Wuthering Heights.” Journal of Dracula Studies 9 (2007): 39-49.
KUZMANOVIC, Dejan.   “Vampiric seduction and vicissitudes of masculine identity in Bram Stoker's Dracula”.  Victorian Literature and Culture.  37.2 (2009):  411-425.  
LAMPERT-WEISSIG, Lisa. "Mormon Female Gothic: Blood, Birth, and the Twilight Saga." Journal of Dracula Studies 13 (2011): 55-81.
LEE, Hyun-Jung. “‘One for Ever’: Desire, Subjectivity, and the Threat of the Abject in Sheridan Le Fanu's Carmilla.” Vampires: Myths and Metaphors of Enduring Evil. Ed. Peter Day. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2006. 21-38.
MARIGNY, Jean. “Dialectique de l’échange dans les histoires de vampires.” Société des anglicistes de l’ensei-gnement supérieur; échanges actes du congrés de Strasbourg. Foreword G. Laprevotte. Paris: Didier, 1982. 309-319. [GGII: 1421].
MARIGNY, Jean. “Les Vampires dans la littérature du XXe siècle: Conservation et innovation.” Ideologies dans le Monde Anglo-Saxon 10 (1998): 99-108. [Vampires in the Literature of the Twentieth Century: Conservation and Innovation.]
MARIGNY, Jean. “Science Fiction et fantastique: The Space Vampires de Colin Wilson.” Etudes Anglaises 41 (1988): 319-327. [GGII: 1423].
MARIGNY, Jean. Le Vampire dans la littérature anglo-saxonne. Paris: Dier, 1985. [Two volumnes]. [GGII: 1422].
MARKDALE, Jean. l’enigme des vampires. Paris: Pygmalion, 1991. [GGII: 1424].
MASTERS, Anthony. The Natural History of the Vampire. New York: G.P. Putnam, 1972. [GGI: 2331].
MCCLELLAND, Bruce Alexander. “Sacrifice, Scapegoat, Vampire: The Social and Religious Origins of the Bulgarian Folklore Vampire.” Dissertation Abstracts International 60:5 (1999): 1698 (University of Virginia).
MCCREA, Barry.  “Heterosexual horror: Dracula, the Closet, and the Marriage-Plot”.  Novel.  43.2 (2010):  251-270.  
MCDONALD, Beth E. “Holy Terror: The Vampire as Numinous Experience in British and American Literature.” Dissertation Abstracts International 61:8 (2000): 31-61 (University of Oklahoma).
MCDONALD, Beth E. The Vampire as Numinous Experience: Spirtual Journeys with the Undead in British and American Literature. Jefferson. NC: McFarland. 2004.
MCFARLAND, Ronald E. “The Vampire on Stage: A Study in Adaptations.” Comparative Drama 21 (1987): 19-33.
MCNALLY, Raymond T. Introduction. A Clutch of Vampires: These Being Among the Best from History and Literature. New York: New york Graphics Society, 1974. [GGI: 2332].
MENZEL, Manfred. Von Stoker bis Rice: Warum Vanpire wiederkehren. Ed. Peter Petzold. Erlangen, Germany: Universitatsbund Erlangen-Nurnberg, 1998. [From Stoker to Rice: Why the Vampire Returns.]
MICHELIS, Angelica. “‘Dirty Mama’: Horror, Vampires, and the Maternal in Late Nineteenth-Century Gothic Fiction.” Critical Survey 15.3 (2003): 5-22.
MURGOCI, Agnes. “The Vampire in Roumania.” Folklore 37.4 (1926): 320-349. [GGI: 2333].
NAHRUNG, Jason. "Vampires in the Sunburnt Country: Australian Explorations of the Vampire Gothic Landscape." Studies in Australian Weird Fiction 2 (2008): 61-95.
PERKOWSKI, Jan. Vampires of the Slavs. Cambridge, MA: Slavica, 1976. [GGI: 2338].
PIATTI-FARNELL, Lorna. "Vampires in America: An Interview with D.B. Reynolds." Aeternum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies 1(1): 2014, 86-93.
PIKULA, Tanya. "Bram Stoker's Dracula and Late-Victorian Advertising Tactics: Earnest Men, Virtuous Ladies, and Porn." English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920. 55.3 (2012): 283-302.
REED, Thomas L.  “’Belle et le vampire’: Focus and fidelity in Bram Stoker's Dracula”.  Literature-Film Quarterly.  38.4 (2010): 289-310.  
REMINGTON, Pete. “'You're Whining Again Louis': Anne Rice's Vampires as Indices of the Depressive Self.” Vampires: Myths and Metaphors of Enduring Evil. Ed. Peter Day. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2006. 227-43.
RICCARDO, Martin V. Vampires Unearthed: The Vampire and Dracula Bibliography of Books, Articles, Movies, Records, and Other Material. New york: Garland, 1983. [GGI: 2340].
RICHMOND GARZA, Elizabeth M. “The Vampire’s Gaze: Gothic Performance in Theory and Practice.” Comparatist: Journal of the Southern Comparative Literature Association 22 (1998): 91-109.
RUANE, Richard T. “Performing ‘Camp, Vamp and Femme Fatale Revisiting, Reinventing and Retelling the Lives of Post-death, Retro-Gothic Women.” Master’s Thesis, University of North Texas, 1999.
RUTHNER, Clemens. “Vampirism as Political Theory: Voltaire to Alfred Rosenberg and Elfried Jelinek.” Visions of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Fifteenth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Ed. Allienne R. Becker. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. 3-12.
SEGURA, Allison C. "Perfect Creatures: A Social and Cultural Interpretation of Vampires in Fiction and Film." Diss.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2008.
SENF, Carol A.. The Vampire in Nineteenth-Century English Literature. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1988. [GGII: 1428].
SENF, Carol Ann. “Daughters of Lilith: An Analysis of the Vampire Motif in Nineteenth-Century English Literature.” Dissertation Abstracts International 39 (1979): 7363A (State University of New York at Buffalo). [GGI: 2346].
SERRANO, Carmen. “Monsters, Vampires and Doppelgängers: Innovation and Transformation of Gothic Forms in Latin American Narratives”. Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 70.7 (2010): U of California, Irvine.
SNIDER, Zoë. "Vampires, Werewolves, and Oppression: Twilight and Female Gender Stereotypes." Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric.  9 (2012): 128-36.
STUART, Roxana. Stage Blood: Vampires of the Nineteenth-Century Stage. Bowling Green. Ohio: Bowling Green Popular Press, 1994.
SUMMERS, Montague. The Vampire: His Kith and Kin. London: Trenchand Trauber, 1928; Rpt. New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1964. [GGI: 2347].
SUMMERS, Montague. The Vampire in Europe. New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1965. [GGI: 2348].
TANCHEVA, Kornelia. “Vampires Are Them, Vampires Are Us.” Engendering Identities, ed. Susan Castillo. Porto, Portugal: Universidade Fernando Pessoa, 1996. 81-91.
TERRON-BARBOSA, Lourdes. “Vampiros y succionadores de sangre: A proposito de Lea; VI Coloquio d’ APFFUE, Santiago de Compostela, 19, 20, y 21 de febreiro de 1997.” Les Chemins du texte. Ed. Annick Guerlet Boileve and Manuel Garcia Martinez. Santiago de Compostela, Spain: Universidad de Santiago de Compostela; Asociacion de Profesores de Filologia Francesca de la Universidad Espanola, 1998. 417-28.
TERRY, Nicole. Vampirism and Sadism. Chicago: Adams Press; Count Dracula Fan Club Monograph, 1987. [GGII: 1429].
TUTTLETON, James W. “Vitality and Vampirism in Tender Is the Night.” Critical Essays on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender Is the Night. Ed. Milton R. Stern. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1986. 238-246. [GGII: 1430].
TWITCHELL, James. “The Vampire Myth.” American Imago 37 (1980): 83-92. [GGI: 2353].
TWITCHELL, James. The Living Dead: A Study of the Vampire in Romantic Literature. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1981. [GGI: 2354].
UNSIGNED. “Vampire Lolly.” Listener 92 (1974): 275. [GGI: 2355].
VIRAGH, Attila. "Can the Vampire Speak? Dracula as Discourse on Cultural Extinction." English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920. 56.2 (2013): 231-45.
WILGUS, Neal. “Saberhagen’s New Dracula: The Vampire as Hero.” Discovering Modern Horror Fiction. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer iSLAND, wa: Starmont House, 1985. 92-98. [GGII: 1431].
WILLIAMSON, Milly.  The Lure Of The Vampire: Gender, Fiction And Fandom From Bram Stoker To Buffy.  London: Wallflower Press, 2005.  
WILSON, Natalie. "Civilized Vampires Versus Savage Werewolves: Race and Ethnicity in the Twilight Series." Bitten by Twilight: Youth Culture, Media, and the Vampire Franchise. Eds. Click, Melissa A., et al.  New York: Peter Lang, 2010. 55-70.
WISKER, Gina. “Love Bites: Contemporary Wo-men’s Vampire Fictions.” A Companion to the Gothic. Ed. David Punter. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. 167-79.
WRIGHT, Dudley. Vampires and Vampirism. London: H. Rider, 1924. [GGI: 2359].
WYNNE, Catherine. “Bram Stoker, Geneviève Ward and The Lady of the Shroud: Gothic Weddings and Performing Vampires.” English Literature in Transition (1880-1920) 49.3 (2006): 251-71.