Fragment of a Novel

Fragment of a Novel

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, 2015, 1800s, lord-byron, english, 2013, british-literature, short-story, classics, classic-literature-pre-1900, 51, 2022, narration-of-ancient-fictionalities, 19th-century-lit, Classics, Short Stories, Gothic, Paranormal, Horror, Fiction, Medievalism, European Literature

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Title:Fragment of a Novel
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    Fragment of a Novel Reviews

  • Justin Tate

    Lord Byron's "Fragment of a Novel" is a required stop along the classic origins of vampire literature. It was written for a rainy day ghost story contest between literary icons that included John Will...

  • Amy (Other Amy)

    We had passed halfway towards the remains of Ephesus, leaving behind us the more fertile environs of Smyrna, and were entering upon that wild and tenantless tract through the marshes and defiles which...

  • Suvi

    (Comments when I've re-read Polidori's The Vampyre.)...

  • Classic reverie

    After reading Lord Byron's Manfred, I decided to read this short Fragment of a Novel. I had read this before not knowing but after remembering my review on John Polidori's The Vampyre which my edition...

  • Jeff

    My first milestone on the road to "Dracula". This tiny bit of prose from Byron influenced John Polidori to write "The Vampyre." This fragment is like a song abandoned by a great singer after only one ...

  • Adrian P?otka

    7,5/10Wraz z przypomnieniem sobie o historii powstania "Frankensteina" postanowiłem jeszcze raz przeczytać króciutkie opowiadanie Byrona, które powstało przy tej okazji. "Pogrzeb" opowiada histor...

  • Nina

    I really wish this novel could have been finished, but then again, being only a fragment, it cannot disappoint. It certainly feeds the imagination....

  • Noells

    It is only a few pages long, but it seems really interesting! I wish he had finished this. The main character looks like the type of obscure, mysterious fictional man I would fall in love with....

  • Ryan Farrow

    Lord Byron's 'Fragment of a Novel', while brief and incomplete, has nonetheless had quite a butterfly effect upon the Gothic genre. Serving as direct inspiration for Polidori's "The Vampyre: A Tale", ...

  • Valky Salinas

    Best read alongside Polidori's The VampyreTo be fair, there's nothing here that suggests it was meant to be a story about vampires. However, the main plot points of both stories are pretty much identi...