Bringing vampires back home – to Britain

Delegates to the University of Hertfordshire’s Open Graves, Open Minds: Vampires and the Undead in Modern Culture conference to be held on 16-17 April will have their food served to them out of coffins as part of a mission to encourage students of all ages to study literature. English lecturer Sam George, who has just launched a Master of Arts degree in vampire fiction at Hertfordshire, said the most famous vampire narrative of all, Dracula, was written by Irishman Bram Stoker and set in London and Whitby in Yorkshire, but that now with the Twilight saga and True Blood, modern vampires have become Americanised

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