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  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press; New Ed edition (27 Sept. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0299206742
  • ISBN-13: 978-0299206741
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.8 x 22.9 cm
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,017,097 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Dodie Bellamy7;s "The Letters of Mina Harker" gets rid of the question of fact versus fiction, while also being ravishing, not to mention totally aloof and needy at the same time."2;"The Village Voice"


"Dodie Bellamy's "The Letters of Mina Harker" gets rid of the question of fact versus fiction, while also being ravishing, not to mention totally aloof and needy at the same time."--"The Village Voice"


"Dodie Bellamy writes a brilliant gossip and if there's anything better than literature this is it. Writing that's pageless, so insinuating, above and below board, luscious deeply fucked up extravagant work. It looks good from here."--Eileen Myles


"Dodie Bellamy's "The Letters of Mina Harker" gets rid of the question of fact versus fiction, while also being ravishing, not to mention totally aloof and needy at the same time."--"The Village Voice"

"Dodie Bellamy writes a brilliant gossip and if there s anything better than literature this is it. Writing that s pageless, so insinuating, above and below board, luscious deeply fucked up extravagant work. It looks good from here." Eileen Myles"

"Dodie Bellamy s "The Letters of Mina Harker" gets rid of the question of fact versus fiction, while also being ravishing, not to mention totally aloof and needy at the same time." "The Village Voice""

"Dodie Bellamy s The Letters of Mina Harker gets rid of the question of fact versus fiction, while also being ravishing, not to mention totally aloof and needy at the same time." The Village Voice

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"The Letters of Mina Harker unfurls like a red velvet carpet wilkomming you to a house of horrors. And the more you succumb, the more that red carpet begins to resemble a thick wet tongue, slicking you up for the ride down the hot narrow throat of postmodern narrative."--Traci Vogel, San Francisco Bay Guardian

"Dodie Bellamy writes a brilliant gossip and if there's anything better than literature this is it. Writing that's pageless, so insinuating, above and below board, luscious deeply fucked up extravagant work. It looks good from here."--Eileen Myles



"Dodie Bellamy's The Letters of Mina Harker gets rid of the question of fact versus fiction, while also being ravishing, not to mention totally aloof and needy at the same time."--The Village Voice

Synopsis

In Dodie Bellamy's imagined "sequel" to Bram Stoker's fin-de-siecle master-piece Dracula, the plain Jane secretarial adjunct, Mina Harker, is recast as a sexual, independent woman living in San Francisco in the 1980s. The vampire Mina Harker, who possesses the body of author Dodie Bellamy, confesses the most intimate details of her relationships with four vastly different men through past letters. Sensuous and captivating, The Letters of Mina Harker describe one woman's struggles with finding the right words to explain her desires and fears without confining herself to one identity.

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