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ABSTRACT. Life-in-Death, or Life-after-Death. An enigma and a research field for professionals, be they physicians, psychiatrists, scientists, scholars, or literary authors. A domain which may refer both to the existence of the living beings or of the dead–undead creatures. One of these creatures is, and has been throughout the history of mankind, the vampire, the eternal archetype of evil. pp. 60–103

Keywords: vampire; types of vampires; literary vampires; cinematic vampires; Montague Summers; S.T. Coleridge; John Keats; Lord Byron; John Polidori; James Malcolm Rymer; J. Sheridan Le Fanu; Carmilla; Lamia

Lucia-Alexandra Tudor
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