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The Snake’s Pass
A Critical Edition

Bram Stoker
Edited and with an Introduction by Lisabeth C. Buchelt

Cloth $65.00L    |    978-0-8156-3424-9    |    2015

Paper $34.95s    |    978-0-8156-3414-0    |    2015

ebook 978-0-8156-5350-9

"A valuable resource for those interested in Stoker, this well-researched volume is a fascinating treatment of an understudied novel and an excellent contribution to Irish literary studies generally. Highly recommended."—Choice

"Buchelt’s critical edition to The Snake’s Pass is impressive and definitely belongs in the library of any serious student of Irish literature, turn-of-the-century literature, or Bram Stoker."—Breac: A Digital Journal of Irish Studies

"This is an invaluable and much needed edition of an unjustly neglected literary treasure. The Snake’s Pass, Stoker’s first full-length novel and his only novel to employ an Irish setting, is now made available in a meticulous and considered edition which, together with a fine selection of critical readings, elucidates the complex layers of this deeply engaging work."—Margaret Kelleher, Chair of Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama, University College Dublin.

"A genuine contribution to the field. . . . Of interest to scholars and students interested in Bram Stoker, late Victorian popular literature and culture, Irish Studies, and postcolonial studies."—Marjorie Howes, associate professor of English, Boston College

  The Snakes Pass A Critical Edition

  Lisabeth C. Buchelt is associate professor in the English Department at the University of Nebraska–Omaha.

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