Feratu

Overview

The footprints of the Romantic poets and writers are historically retraced in this gothick horror tale. Among these, Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, Mary Shelley, Edward Trelawny and Leigh Hunt. Their paths lead us through England, Italy, Greece and America. When Lord Byron and Dr. Polidori make a clandestine visit to America in 1819 they stay at an estate known as 'Bentwood'. Their host, Ferris Poole is a broadly educated American gentleman. He is fascinated by a recent literary work called 'The Vampyre' which has ...
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Overview

The footprints of the Romantic poets and writers are historically retraced in this gothick horror tale. Among these, Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, Mary Shelley, Edward Trelawny and Leigh Hunt. Their paths lead us through England, Italy, Greece and America. When Lord Byron and Dr. Polidori make a clandestine visit to America in 1819 they stay at an estate known as 'Bentwood'. Their host, Ferris Poole is a broadly educated American gentleman. He is fascinated by a recent literary work called 'The Vampyre' which has been attributed to Lord Byron. What starts off as an innocent inquiry now leads Ferris across several continents as he learns about the dark side of Byron's world. While doing so, he unwittingly becomes a vampyre himself named 'Feratu'. Upon returning to his beloved home of Bentwood, Feratu becomes consumed in studying the etymology of his 'disease'. He evolves into the "thinking person's vampyre" learning not only to survive, but persevere.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984476848
  • Publisher: Old Line Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/2/2010
  • Edition description: OLD LINE PUBLISHING
  • Pages: 278
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 9
Chapter 2 31
Chapter 3 48
Chapter 4 56
Chapter 5 65
Chapter 6 77
Chapter 7 95
Chapter 8 103
Chapter 9 118
Chapter 10 150
Chapter 11 166
Chapter 12 181
Chapter 13 190
Chapter 14 201
Chapter 15 209
Chapter 16 221
Chapter 17 226
Chapter 18 235
Chapter 19 246
Chapter 20 258
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