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Monsters of Literature: A Short Study on Bram Stroker's Dracula, the Victorian Vampire (SR)

Course number : LIR266   ID : 27220    Section Number : 1
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Originally published over 120 years ago, Dracula by Bram Stoker has remained as relevant, inspiring, and popular as ever. From gracing everything between novels to the silver screen to cereal boxes, Dracula has been memorialized, reinterpreted, spoofed, and otherwise remained a mainstay of horror since 1898. Join us in examining what lies behind the iconic red eyes and sharp teeth. We'll explore themes of science and modernity, Victorian culture and literary movements, good versus evil, love and death, and much more.  

Class Details

3 Session(s)
Weekly - Thu

ILR 55+

Kierstin Klimas 



Please read:  This course is made possible by a generous donation from the Shirley Cruickshank Wolfe Fund. This Structured Remote Course is entirely online. The course does meet as a real-time online session during the scheduled class time. This course is offered in an online format only. Students must be able to access the course from your own computer/tablet using a link that will be emailed at least one business day prior to the course start. FCC will not be able to provide individual technical support to students during the class sessions. Should you experience difficulties and not be able to access the course, please contact the program office. Only students who have paid the course fee and are officially on the class roster, may join the online class session.



Registration Closes On
Thursday, October 3, 2024 @ 12:00 AM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
10/3/2024 - 10/17/2024 Weekly - Thu 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM N/A - Online Kierstin Klimas