OGOM Book: List of Contents
1. Sam George and Bill Hughes, Introduction
2. Conrad Aquilina, The deformed transformed; or, from bloodsucker to Byronic hero – Polidori and the literary vampire.
3. Julieann Ulin, Sheridan Le Fanu’s vampires and Ireland’s invited invasion.
4. Sam George, ‘He make in the mirror no reflect’: undead aesthetics and mechanical reproduction – Dorian Gray, Dracula, and David Reed’s ‘vampiric painting’.
5. Lisa Lampert-Weissig, The vampire as dark and glorious necessity in George Sylvester Viereck’s House of the Vampire and Hanns Heinz Ewers’ Vampir.
6. Stacey Abbott, The undead in the kingdom of shadows: the rise of the cinematic vampire.
7. Lindsey Scott, Crossing oceans of time: Stoker, Coppola and the ‘new vampire’ film.
8. Malgorzata Drewniok, ‘I feel strong. I feel different’: transformations, vampires and language in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
9. Catherine Spooner, ‘Gothic Charm School; or, how vampires learned to sparkle’.
10. Jennifer H. Williams, A vampire heaven: the economics of salvation in Dracula and Twilight.
11. Sara Wasson and Sarah Artt, The Twilight Saga and the pleasures of spectatorship: the broken body and the shining body.
12. Michelle Smith, The postmodern vampire in ‘post-race’ America: HBO’s True Blood.
13. Kimberley McMahon-Coleman, ‘Myriad mirrors: doppelgängers and doubling in The Vampire Diaries‘.
14. Ivan Phillips, The vampire in the machine: exploring the undead interface.
15. Bill Hughes, ‘Legally recognised undead’: essence, difference, and assimilation in Daniel Waters’s Generation Dead.
16. Marcus Sedgwick, The elusive vampire: folklore and fiction – writing My Swordhand is Singing.