JON KANEKO-JAMES returns from the land of Dracula to tell you about Romania’s undead!
JIM IVERS ponders the many film ‘sequels’ to Dracula that involve his off-spring
Former minister for finance Ernest Blythe who, in a previous era of austerity, cut the old-age pension still found public funds to translate Dracula into Irish, it has emerged. A fresh insight into Mr Blythe’s economic stewardship has been highlighted by the discovery of a rare copy of Dracula “as Gaeilge”. Published in 1933, with a translation by Seán Ó Cuirrín, it introduced native Irish speakers to those, hitherto alien,...
DAVID SAUNDERSON discusses his thoughts on Chapter 11 of Bram Stoker’s Dracula
DAVID SAUNDERSON discusses his thoughts on Chapter 10 of Bram Stoker’s Dracula