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Beginning with Stoker's book and the nineteenth-century obsession with vampires, S. S. Prawer goes on to explore the evolution of Herzog's career. To complete a comprehensive account of Nosferatu, Prawer describes the film's production history as well as the cultural and aesthetic components that combine to such powerful effect: the skill of the actors; the debts to romanticism and to Murnau; the use of music by Wagner, Gounod, and Florian Fricke; and the film's many extraordinary, haunting images.
|1||From Dracula to Nosferatu||7|
|2||Tradition and alienation||12|
|4||Tribute and transcendence||32|
|App||Herzog's 'Film narrative'||80|
|Select bibliography and DVD listing||86|