Friday, 12 February 2016
Next month on Tomegoria, Odile and Jim are looking at Bram Stoker's classic tale of Egyptian gothic horror The Jewel of Seven Stars. And as this work is in the public domain, you can play along at home if you like, by snagging a nice free edition!
However there is a catch - there are two different editions of this work. It was first published in 1903 but when it was reissued in 1912 at the end of Stoker's life, his publishers insisted he made some changes - and hence a chapter - Chapter XVI "Powers Old and New" was snipped out and the last chapter of the 1912 was rewritten to give the tale a very different ending. However all editions can be found in the links below -
The 1903 version of this novel is available as a:
And the 1912 version of this novel is available as a: