Art Thou Still Living Wretch? The Early Gothic Vampire

Primary Sources

Anon. – ‘The Unquiet Grave’

Anon. –  ‘Political Vampyres’ in The Gentlemen’s Magazine – May 1732

Geoffrey of Burton – Vita Sancte Moduenne Virginisc. 1140s

Lord Byron – August Darvell – 1819

Lord Byron – ‘The Giaour’ – 1813

Samuel Taylor Coleridge – ‘Christabel’ – 1816

D – ‘On Vampyrism’ in The New Monthly Magzine – 1823

William Godwin – St Leon – 1799

Goethe – ‘The Bride of Corinth’ – 1797

Matthew Lewis – The Monk – 1796

William of Malmesbury – Gesta Pontificum Anglorumc. 1125

Walter Map – De Nugis Curialium Distinctiones Quinquec. 1182

Charles Maturin – Melmoth the Wanderer – 1820

Sir Henry More – An Antidote to Atheism – 1653

William of Newburgh – Historia Rerum Anglicarumc. 1198

Heinrich August Ossenfelder – ‘Der Vampir’ – 1748

John Polidori – ‘The Vampyre’ – 1819

Paul Ricaut – The State of the Greek and Armenian Churches – 1679

Mary Shelley – ‘The Mortal Immortal’ – 1833

Robert Southey – Thalaba the Destroyer – 1801

Chronicon de Lanercostc. 1346

The Monk of Byland – c. 1400

The Armburgh Papers – c. 1425

Secondary Sources

Anon. – Onaniafirst extant copy 1725

Erik Butler – Metamorphoses of the Vampire in Literature and Film – 2010

Joseph Crawford – The Twilight of the Gothic – 2014

Ken Gelder – Reading the Vampire 1994

Stephen Gordon – ‘Dealing with the Undead in the Later Middle Ages’ in Dealing with the Dead: Mortality and Community in Medieval and Early Modern Europe ed. by Thea Tomaini – 2018

Stephen Gordon – ‘Social Monsters and the Walking Dead’ in Journal of Medieval History – 2015

Stephen Gordon – Supernatural Encounters: Demons and the Restless Dead in Medieval Europe – 2019

Nick Groom – The Vampire: A New History – 2018

Christopher Herbert – ‘Vampire Religion’ in Representations – 2002

Raymond McNally – A Clutch Of Vampires – 1976

Agnes Murgoci – ‘The Vampire in Roumania’ in The Vampire: A Casebook, ed. by Alan Dundes – 1998

Roy Porter – ‘Love, Sex, and Madness in Eighteenth-Century England’ in Social Research – 1986)

Victor Sage – Horror Fiction in the Protestant Tradition 1988

Jacqueline Simpson, ‘Repentant Soul or Walking Corpse?’ in Folklore – 2013

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