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ENGL 203E, Horror Film & Literature (Carl Peters)

Before We Begin

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This guide has been developed as a
general introduction
to resources for
English 203e: Horror Film & Literature
taught by Dr. Carl PetersIt is not a
comprehensive listing of sources, but
rather a starting point from which
you can begin your research according
to your information needs.

Illustrating Dracula – { feuilleton }

English 203e: Horror Film & Literature

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