Introduction to Vampires

Introduction to Vampires : Correspondence Course Manual

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Introduction to Vampires Correspondence class is a FUN and EDUCATIONAL way to learn about the sexy and dark vampires that haunt our dreams. Taught by a REAL college professor this course manual is perfect for those that want to learn more about the creature of the night! This class is based on the book, Lure of the Vampire and is taught by the book's author, Bertena Varney in an independent correspondence venue. The popularity was so high for the class that students from around the world asked about making this class in a print format so here it is! As a student, one will learn the history and mythology of the vampire as well as its influence on literature, movies, and television. The student will evaluates how vampires have become a sort of friend to children by invading pop culture and has even taken its place among the world of academia. The student will then complete the class by learning about the real life subculture of vampires. This is one journey that anyone who enjoys not just the modern vampires that you find on television and in the movies but also those that began the these stories such as Lilith and Dracula. This manual has the readings and homework for the class but an additional text book, Lure of the Vampire is also available as a resource. Class enrollment information is included in the book. So, sign up now!show more

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  • Paperback | 98 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.84mm | 199.58g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508585350
  • 9781508585350

About Bertena Varney

Bertena Varney spent her collegiate career studying the supernatural and metaphysical in her history, mythology, sociology, and criminology classes. She would find anyway to include vampires, angels, and more into anything that she did. Her favorites studies were pop culture and mythology. She completed her academic career with a BA and MA in Social Science and Education and an MA in sociology and criminology. She is currently a sociology assistant professor at Southcentral Kentucky Community College in Bowling Green, KY. She is the author of Healing with the Archangels, Lure of the Vampire and Lure of the Vampire: Revamped and author and editor of Vampire News: Tasty Bits You Can Sink Your Fangs Into, co contributor of Vampire News: The Not So End Times Edition, Vampires Romance to Rippers Vol 1 and Vol. 2 and contributor to both The Witching Hour and Sirens Conference Compendium. Her role playing character was used by Elizabeth Loraine in a collaboration on a fiction novella titled, Lillian: A Vampire's Story. She also makes appearances to libraries, colleges, and conventions to discuss her love. Visit her at www.vampireprofessor.comshow more

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