1909. Bram Stoker wrote numerous novels, short stories, essays, and lectures, but Dracula is by far his most famous work. Stoker coined the term undead, and his interpretation of vampire folklore continues to this day to shape the portrayals of legendary monsters. Contents: From The Journal of Occultism; The Will of Roger Melton; Vissarion; The Coming of the Lady; Under the Flagstaff; A Ritual at Midnight; The Pursuit in the Forest; The Empire of the Air; The Flashing of the Handjar; and Balka. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.