Nina Auerbach  

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"Vampires and American presidents began to converge in my imagination, not because all presidents are equally vampiric, but because both are personification of their age [...] Since I loved vampires before I hated Republicans, this book also reflects my idiosyncrasies.”--Our Vampires, Ourselves (1995) by Nina Auerbach, p. 3

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Nina Auerbach (May 24, 1943 in New York City – February 4, 2017) was an American scholar. She published, lectured, and reviewed widely in the fields of Victorian literature, theater, cultural history, and horror fiction and film.

Her work is in the tradition of Mario Praz, Bram Dijkstra and Camille Paglia.

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