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    New Reference Book: Encyclopedia of the Vampire

    Encyclopedia of the Vampire edited by S. T. Joshi, Greenwood, 2011. Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 809.9 J78V Presents the vampire within the context of literary works, religion, folklore, film and television, and people. Entry Examples: “Angel” Children’s Vampire Fiction Countess Dracula Love at First Bite Scholarship on Vampires Helpful for: Literature, Media Studies, Popular Culture, Religious Studies, Humanities, Folklore