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DailyLit is similar to this project and its genre, in that it publishes pieces of long works on a regular schedule. It differs in that the slicing of content is not based on a book's structure, and that it is email based.Yes, they do have Dracula.
September 15, 2006 in About this blog project | Permalink
I am curious about Guiliano's and what it was (if it existed). A store, what kind of store, etc.If anyone knows or can speculate, please post. It is found in the September 22 post of Mina Harker's Journal. Thanking you I am,
Anthony Hays |
December 25, 2006 at 05:18 PM
"I am curious about Guiliano's and what it was (if it existed). A store, what kind of store, etc"
In his annotated edition of DRACULA, Clive Leatherdale annotates it as follows: "A fashionable jewellers". I have no further information about it.
December 27, 2006 at 08:14 PM
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