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The novel is narrated very effectively by multiple voices — Jonathan's journal of his trip to Transylvania, Mina's diary, and Seward's recorded journal, as well as letters and newspaper items. Although somewhat crude and certainly sensational, the novel also does have psychological power, and the sexual longings underlying the vampire attacks are manifest. The pace is relaxed and atmospheric and the characters richer than one might expect.
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If all writers were as good as Charles Dickens, we wouldn't be inundated with the flotsam and jetsam in bookstores today.
This book (David Copperfield) is so beautiful and written so lovingly that I'm sorry that I didn't include it in my readings when I was a young person.
This collection of twelve Sherlock Holmes stories were originally published in the Strand Magazine.