The Letters Of Mina Harker
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Buffalo, NY: Leave Books, 1992. 1st Edition. Paperback. Good jacket/None (as issued). Welcome to Fine. 8vo, 16pp, sewn wrappers. A rare 1992 book by Dodie Bellamy. Unmarked copy, light wear.
The Letters Of Mina Harker
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It made me feel the way I want to feel when I read, it made me feel the way I want to feel when I think about the text I’m reading and it made me feel the way I want to feel when I’ve finished the text, full and satisfied with my mind fucking blown.
I bought this – after coming close to buying it several times – at a popular bookstore in Montreal last November, and between then and now I’ve thought about reading it every time I’ve been between books. I should have bought it earlier. I should have read it earlier. It’s exactly what I’m looking for in a book and what I needed right now, half (hopefully!) through another Ontario lock…
I Hate, So Much, Tragic Brooding Dracula And The “romance” With Mina Harker Writers Keep Adding To The Story (bram Stoker’s Dracula 1992).
Mina Harker, as I’m sure you remember, is one of the characters in Bram Stoker’s famous 1897 thriller, Dracula. In Stoker’s nineteenth-century text, Mina is one of two young women (both, one thinks, very attractive) whom Dracula seeks to seduce into a life of vampirism. Unlike the beautiful Lucy, who becomes a vampire and is killed by Van Helsing and his gang of asexuals, Mina ends the novel safely and marries her stupid lover, who refuses to play unconditionally with many. Very attractive vampires because he is stupid. This novel, again, I’m sure you remember, is made up of [fictional] characters and excerpts from diaries and other “found” texts, and – as Bellamy writes in this novel – the basis of the novel is that the conflict with its editing was. completed by Mina Harker.
Then – according to Bellamy’s riotous novel – Mina was turned into a vampire and now, a hundred years later, she lives in love in San Francisco, sharing a body with the hip poet Dodie Bellamy (have you read Cunt-Ups?).
Dodie is a creative thirty-something, Mina is a hot 150-year-old (ish) vampire and even though they don’t look or feel or think or live the same, they are – in a way – the same, but not the same. , too. It works.
The novel consists of letters, written in the first person, from Mina to friends and lovers. Some of these are Mina Harker’s friends from
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The length of the letters varies, and they are arranged chronologically and span less than a decade. There is, inevitably given the time and place, much about the AIDS crisis (one of the regular postmen dies of complications from AIDS during the novel), but Bellamy avoids any metaphorical play comparing the spread of vampirism to the spread of HIV, for reason
The novel’s depression is background character development, not plot: Mina is driven more by lust for sex than lust for blood, and Bellamy’s depiction of Mina’s happy, sustainable and fulfilling open marriage still feels revolutionary 24 years on. – we may like to think that society continues to “loosen up”, but fictional depictions of women (people?) who can fight hard and hold emotionally rewarding relationships are rare.
The writing, in style, is almost stream-of-consciousness, and the pages are dense but have a strong, compelling movement.
Mina writes for us through issues, she writes about culture, about art and music and literature, and she writes about friendship, too; to mingle and mourn with grief and emotion.
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It’s a powerful and emotional piece of writing with a high level of perfection and, quite honestly, I wish every book could be like this!
There are costs involved in this, both financial and psychological/social. please give generously. I can give out a pdf of SCAT TO BE POO as a thank you for any donations, although you can just give money for free. Thanks for your support, blog readers!Jonathan Thomas: The Letters of Mina Harker, your 1998 debut novel – now popular in a new edition – opens at San Francisco’s oldest movie theater, The Roxie, during the show . of F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu, which I would like to return to in a moment. But first I want to say I was surprised by how many movies you write in this book!
The list goes on. But you start at The Roxie and I was wondering if this was an important place for you?
DB: Well, I can’t go there now. I only go there if someone I know has a movie, so you can imagine how poor these movies are. But these kinds of theaters — The Roxie, The Castro, and there were some funnier ones on Market Street that were too scary to go to when I first moved here — were very important if you wanted to see anything that informed you. vision outside the mainstream. There were many of them in San Francisco. Roxie was a little more avant-garde-ish than the others.
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JT: There are so many scenes in The Letters of Mina Harker where you and KK (Kevin Killian) are watching movies, renting movies, catching movies on cable, like binge-watching on Cinemax. All the letters are from the late 80s to the early 90s, when video stores were also social spaces.
DB: No. But there are stories about how video stores have changed the lives of little boys. Do you know Bradford Nordeen? He lives in LA. He wrote a piece recently about a video store he went to growing up and how they had all these gay movies and experimental movies and how the whole aesthetic effect of that store shaped him as a person.
DB: People in LA seem to start their lives much faster than here. It feels like since COVID the physical world is becoming foreign. If it’s something you run into every now and then, that’s sick, isn’t it?
DB: Yes and also because most of our lives are online. I’m so glad they’re making us go back to classes next term. Anything to have a human, material experience at this time is good.
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DB: I teach a Sylvia Plath class, and a Gender and Literature class. I also teach a grad art seminar, which I really like, called Sex and Death. So who can complain about those classes, right?
JT: They sound good. So The Letters of Mina Harker is your first novel, and on the first page, in the first letter, the first movie you ask for is Nosferatu, which is also the first movie adaptation of Dracula. Nosferatu gives us the first Mina Harker in the history of cinema, only here, for copyright reasons, her name has been changed to Ellen.