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Published by Hollywood Comics .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Horror & ghost stories,
  • Horror,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Horror,
  • Horror - General

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsFrank J. Morlock (Contributor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages264
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8811835M
ISBN 101932983112
ISBN 109781932983111
OCLC/WorldCa60127757

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  The implacable Lord Ruthven returns in a new, horror-filled story where the deadliest vampire of all comes face-to-face with an even more fearsome enemy-a female Ghoul of great necromantic powers. Both Ruthven and the Ghoul covet the same humans. The shadow-filled castles of Europe become the Pages: The implacable Lord Ruthven returns in a new, horror-filled story where the deadliest vampire of all comes face-to-face with an even more fearsome enemy-a female Ghoul of great necromantic powers. Both Ruthven and the Ghoul covet the same humans. The shadow-filled castles of Europe become the stage for the ultimate confrontation between Vampire and Ghoul-and those who dare defy them! The Return Of Lord Ruthven By Alexandre Dumas Nook Book the implacable lord ruthven returns in volume 2 in a new horror filled story where the deadliest vampire of all buy the return of lord ruthven the vampire by alexandre dumas frank j morlock isbn from amazons.   The Blurb: Ruthven is a demon. Ruthven is a Vampire! His love is death The implacable Lord Ruthven returns in a new, horror-filled story where the deadliest vampire of all comes face-to-face with an even more fearsome enemy—a female Ghoul of great necromantic powers. Both Ruthven and the Ghoul covet the same humans.

to Le Vampire of Dumas, phre, which was produced in The English lord's omnipresence leads us to inquire into his original appearance in France. At the beginning of the nineteenth century in England there was in fact a lord Ruthven, the title dating from The bearer of the name was James, fifth baron Ruthven. The reserved and aristocratic qualities of Lord Ruthven, the vampire in Planche's play, originally came to fruition out of English novelist Polidori's influence from the wealthy estranged hermit-like qualities of the romantic poet George Gordon Byron, or more commonly known as simply Lord Byron. It is just one of the many such instances that separate Lord Ruthven from the iconic vampire archetype of today. The suggestion here is that the seductive qualities of vampirism carried with it an inherent aspect of defilement of virtue and, as such, the vampire’s target should be expected to manifest shame.   This is part of 4-volume selection of some French works featuring the first romantic vampire in the history of popular literature. The Return of Lord Ruthven includes an stage play by Alexandre Dumas, Le Vampire, translated by Frank J. Morlock as The Return of Lord Ruthven; and Entretien with a Vampire, an all-new story by :

Ruthven is a demon, Ruthven is a vampire! His Love is Death! The implacable Lord Ruthven returns in Volume 2 in a new, horror-filled story where the deadliest vampire of all comes face-to-face with an even more fearsome enemy -- Zizka, a female Ghoul of great necromantic powers. Both Ruthven and Zizka covet the same humans.   The implacable Lord Ruthven returns in a new, horror-filled story where the deadliest vampire of all comes face-to-face with an even more fearsome enemy-a female Ghoul of great necromantic powers. Both Ruthven and the Ghoul covet the same humans.4/5(13).   The review: This is the third Ruthven volume by Black Coat Press and, in honesty, after the volumes Lord Ruthven the Vampire and the Return of Lord Ruthven this feels a little like an after-thought. Regular readers know that I am a big fan of Black Coat Press and so it pains me to say it, but it has neither the breadth of material of the first. c. early-mid s - Entretien with a Vampire: The Return of Lord Ruthven, Rocambole: Lord Ruthven is revealed to be Rocambole's former client, Sir Williams. (It must be assumed that the real Sir Williams died and Lord Ruthven just assumed his identity.) - The Adventure of the Beneficent Vampire: Lord Ruthven, the Vampire,