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“However, they went off with an evident increase of comfort, founded on their demonstrable advantage in being the real thing.” A good-looking, poor couple wishes to serve as a model for a renowned portrait painter, in this classic American tale.
Madam Murashkin (murashki being the Russian word for ‘shivers’) is a budding playwright who wishes to read her new play to Pavel Vassilyevitch, a renowned author. By her name alone you can already guess what the listener feels while she reads.
An adventurous Englishman who has lost his way at night in a deserted cemetery in Germany wins the protection of the most famous vampire in the world. A part of the original manuscript of Dracula, this story was edited out of the final book and was published two years after the death of Bram Stoker.