The Seattle Times is currently running an interview with author Leslie Klinger. After the Los Angeles attorney published the three-volume The Annotated Sherlock Holmes, the collected works featuring the great detective, he wanted a portal back into the Victorian era. One night (hopefully a dark and stormy night), his wife said: Why not Dracula?
“It was obvious,” Klinger said — “he’s the other great Victorian icon.”
The Annotated Dracula by Bram Stoker, edited and with a foreword and notes by Klinger (Norton, 613 pp., $39.95), is the result.
You can read the full interview here: Leslie Klinger
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