Critics’ Reviews

“No other edition so carefully assembles a wealth of contextual material, nor succeeds so admirably in drawing the reader into Stoker’s cultural milieu.” — David Glover, University of Southampton

“Glennis Byron has done a superb job of collecting just the right supplementary materials to accompany the novel, including reviews by Stoker’s contemporaries, biographical material, information on the social and cultural topics that concerned Stoker and his readers, even a tourist guide to London in the late nineteenth-century.” — Carol A. Senf, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Valuable for both research and classroom use. All Dracula scholars will want to own this useful, very reasonably-priced text.” — Margaret L. Carter, Bradley University

“Glennis Byron’s succinct yet comprehensive introduction provides a useful overview of critical responses to Stoker’s text. Even more valuable is the inclusion of supplementary material (some of which has not, until now been readily available) that clearly places Dracula in its historical context.” — Elizabeth Miller, Memorial University

Posted on November 2, 2015