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Carmilla
Carmilla
Carmilla
Audiolibro3 horas

Carmilla

Calificación: 4.5 de 5 estrellas

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Audiolibro narrado en castellano. Construida como una historia gótica y considerada como una de las primeras historias escritas sobre el mundo de los vampiros; nos acerca a los orígenes del vampirismo. Obra precursora e inspiradora de muchas obras de éxito como es el caso de Drácula de Bram Stoker.

 Laura, narra su vida que pasa de plácida y tranquila a desconcertante y espantosa cuando aparece Carmilla, una joven hermosa y enigmática que se instala en su castillo. En seguida traban una profunda y a la vez extraña amistad cargada de un sutil erotismo, en un ambiente de penumbra, pesadilla y misterio.

"Morir como amantes implica morir juntos, así podrán vivir juntos"

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.(Dublín 1814-1873)

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Fecha de lanzamiento31 mar 2023
ISBN9798368981567
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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-1873) was an Irish writer of Gothic horror. Born in Dublin, Le Fanu was raised in a literary family. His mother, a biographer, and his father, a clergyman, encouraged his intellectual development from a young age. He began writing poetry at fifteen and went on to excel at Trinity College, Dublin, where he studied law and served as Auditor of the College Historical Society. In 1838, shortly before he was called to the bar, he began contributing ghost stories to Dublin University Magazine, of which he later became editor and proprietor. He embarked on a career as a writer and journalist, using his role at the magazine as a means of publishing his own fictional work. Le Fanu made a name for himself as a pioneer of mystery and Gothic horror with such novels as The House by the Churchyard (1863) and Uncle Silas (1864). Carmilla (1872), a novella, is considered an early work of vampire fiction and an important influence for Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897).

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