Dracula's Guest

story by Bram Stoker, published 1897

Publication History

  • Also known as "Dracula's Daughter"
  • Collected in Dracula's Guest (1914) by Bram Stoker
  • Collected in Masters of Horror (1968) edited by Alden H. Norton
  • Collected in The Hollywood Nightmare (1970) edited by Peter Haining
  • Collected in The Ghouls (1971) edited by Peter Haining
  • Collected in Werewolf! (1979) edited by Bill Pronzini
  • Collected in Vampire (1985) edited by Peter Haining
  • Collected in Masterpieces of Terror and the Supernatural (1985) edited by Marvin Kaye
  • Collected in The Mammoth Book of Classic Chillers (1986) edited by Tim Haydock
  • Collected in Vampires (1987) edited by Alan Ryan
  • Collected in Cinemonsters (1987) edited by Charles G. Waugh, Frank D. McSherry, Jr., Martin H. Greenberg
  • Collected in The Anthology of Fear: 20 Haunting Stories for Winter Nights (1988)
  • Collected in The Book of Dracula (1991) edited by Leslie Shepard
  • Collected in Vampyres: Lord Byron to Count Dracula (1991) edited by Christopher Frayling
  • Collected in Great Vampires & Other Horrors (1992)
  • Collected in The Mammoth Book of Vampires (1992) edited by Stephen Jones
  • Collected in Vampire Stories (1992) edited by Richard Dalby
  • Collected in Bram Stoker's Dracula Omnibus (1992) by Bram Stoker
  • Collected in Creepy Classics (1994) edited by Mary Hill
  • Collected in The Haunted Hour (1995) edited by Constance Scarborough, Cynthia Manson
  • Collected in The Moon Box (1995) edited by John Miller, Tim Smith
  • Collected in Best Ghost Stories (1997) by Bram Stoker edited by Richard Dalby, S.T. Joshi, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz
  • Collected in Blood Thirst: 100 Years of Vampire Fiction (1997) edited by Leonard Wolf
  • Collected in Masters of the Macabre (1999)
  • Collected in Strange Worlds #4 (2000) edited by Ron Hanna
  • Collected in The Prentice Hall Anthology of Science Fiction and Fantasy (2001) edited by Garyn G. Roberts

Adaptation History

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  1. Dracula's Daughter (1936)
  2. Las Vampiras (1970)

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