Departmental Ditties, The Vampire, Etc

Departmental Ditties, The Vampire, Etc

Book - 1899
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This is a short excerpt from Departmental Ditties, The Vampire, Etc. Inspired by Philip Burne-Jones' painting The Vampire, Kipling penned a brief ode to the vampire portrayed as a female crouched over her male victim. Kipling's vampire, a sultry temptress, is an example of the way female vampires were first portrayed in literature. 
Publisher: [s.l.] : Brentano's, 1899.
Characteristics: 1 online resource.

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