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A Dream of Dracula

Nick Harvill Libraries

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A Dream of Dracula
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Product Information

Vintage; 1970s
Good; dj: repaired tears, fraying, minor chipping.
Country of Origin:
10" L x 7" W x 2" H

Why We Love This

A Dream of Dracula: In Search of the Living Dead by Leonard Wolf. Boston: Little Brown, 1972. First Edition. 327 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book is a "dark inquiry into the role of the vampire in civilization." It's mostly text with black and white illustrations interspersed. In addition to the previous owner's name, there is third party inscription: a charming ode to Count Dracula.
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About Nick Harvill Libraries

California-based Nick Harvill Libraries specializes in out-of-print and rare books from the 20th century on fashion, design, art, social history, travel, Hollywood, and photography. NHL and its books have been profiled in Vogue, C Magazine, The Peak of Chic, Angeleno, Vogue Living, the Los Angeles Times, and American Express’s Black Ink Magazine. Elle Décor recommended NHL for its “hip vintage books” from a “smart young dealer.”