What a great idea courtesy of Whitney Sorrow. Sorrow is posting the diary entries from the novel on a corresponding day, so you can experience the story as they character’s would.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula is one of my favs. I didn’t read much growing up, at least not until several things clicked around 8th-9th grade. And this was one of the books that aided in that.
Experience Bram Stoker’s Dracula in a new way — in real time. Dracula is an epistolary novel (a novel written as a series of letters or diary entries,) and this blog will publish each diary entry on the day that it was written by the narrator so that the audience may experience the drama as the characters would have. Please subscribe to the RSS feed so that you don’t miss any installments!
Curious to see how this new presentation affects the interpretations/understanding of the novel.