Bram Stoker

Dracula

agnesmutia13has quoted4 years ago
I think I must have fallen asleep and kept dreaming of the incident, for it seemed to be repeated endlessly, and now looking back, it is like a sort of awful nightmare.
Roman Kovalhas quoted3 years ago
We are in Transylvania; and Transylvania is not Eng­land. Our ways are not your ways, and there shall be to you many strange things. Nay, from what you have told me of your ex­per­i­ences already, you know some­thing of what strange things there may be.
Kate Pavlukovskayahas quoted4 years ago
"She makes a very beautiful corpse, sir. It's quite a privilege to attend on her. It's not too much to say that she will do credit to our establishment!"
Farid Rasulovhas quoted5 years ago
It seems to me that the further east you go the more unpunctual are the trains. What ought they to be in China?
Юрій Корецькийhas quoted7 days ago
ho were more bar­bar­ian than the rest, with their big cow­boy hats, great baggy dirty-white trousers, white linen shirts, and enorm­ous heavy leather belts, nearly a foot wide, all stud­ded over with brass nails
b3765072750has quoted10 days ago
very good but thirsty. (Mem., get re­cipe for Mina.) I asked the waiter, and he said it was called “paprika hendl,” and that, as it was a na­tional dish, I should be able to get it any­where along the Carpath­i­ans
Bookaddictionhas quotedlast month
I sup­pose that nature works on such a hope­ful basis that we be­lieve against ourselves that things will be as they ought to be, not as we should know that they will be.
staletovicdanilohas quotedlast month
How these pa­pers have been placed in se­quence will be made mani­fest in the read­ing of them. All need­less mat­ters have been elim­in­ated, so that the his­tory al­most at vari­ance with the pos­sib­il­it­ies of later-day be­lief may stand forth as simple fact. There is through­out no state­ment of past things wherein memory
Kingahas quotedlast month
The grey of the morn­ing has passed, and the sun is high over the dis­tant ho­ri­zon
Kingahas quotedlast month
Do you not know that to­night, when the clock strikes mid­night, all the evil things in the world will have full sway
metalydh1has quotedlast month
poin­ted crags
metalydh1has quotedlast month
or was shut out by the strag­gling ends of pine woods, which here and there ran down the hill­sides like tongues of flame
metalydh1has quotedlast month
Then our driver, whose wide linen draw­ers
metalydh1has quotedlast month
There are many odd things to put down, and, lest who reads them may fancy that I dined too well be­fore I left Bis­tritz
metalydh1has quotedlast month
Do you not know that to­night, when the clock strikes mid­night, all the evil things in the world will have full sway
metalydh1has quotedlast month
When I asked him if he knew Count Drac­ula, and could tell me any­thing of his castle, both he and his wife crossed them­selves
metalydh1has quotedlast month
On the stage they would be set down at once
Kingahas quotedlast month
pre­pos­sess­ing
Kingahas quotedlast month
At the very be­gin­ning of the sev­en­teenth cen­tury it un­der­went a siege of three weeks and lost 13,000 people, the cas­u­al­ties of war proper be­ing as­sisted by fam­ine and dis­ease
Kingahas quotedlast month
I found my smat­ter­ing of Ger­man very use­ful here; in­deed, I don’t know how I should be able to get on without it
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