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Dracula in Modern English: Chapter XI

I just published another chapter of my modern English adaptation of Dracula. See Why Adapt Dracula? for the reason I decided to do this. Hope you all enjoy it.

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Dracula in Modern English: Chapter VIII

I just published another chapter of my modern English adaptation of Dracula. See Why Adapt Dracula? for the reason I decided to do this. Hope you all enjoy it.

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Dracula in Modern English: Chapter VII

Just added chapter VII of Dracula in Modern English. Enjoy.

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Dracula in Modern English: Chapter VI

I just added chapter VI to Dracula in Modern English. This chapter introduced Dr. Seward and his psychotic patient Renfield. Enjoy.

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Dracula in Modern English: Chapter V

I just published another chapter of my modern English adaptation of Dracula. See Why Adapt Dracula? for the reason I decided to do this. Hope you all enjoy it.

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Paradise Lost: The War in Heaven

I just updated the kindle edition of my modern English adaptation of John Milton’s Paradise Lost. It now includes the first six chapters of the book. Once the changes are approved, those who have already purchased the book should be … Continue reading

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The Destruction of of Dá Derga’s Hostel

Here is the first part of a modern English adaptation of one of the classic mythological folk tales of ancient Ireland. Hope you enjoy it. Once upon a time, a famous and noble king of Ireland named Eochaid Feidlech came … Continue reading

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Norse Mythology: Grimnismol in Modern English

The fourth Eddic Poem in the Codex Regius, Grimnismol, tells the tail of two brothers and their dealings with Odin: King Hrauthung had two sons, one called Agnar, and the other Geirröd. When Agnar was ten years old and Geirröd eight, they … Continue reading

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Norse Mythology: Vafthrúdnismál in Modern English

The Vafthrúdnismál  is an Eddic poem found in the Codex Regius. The bulk of the poem consists of a dialog between Odin and the wise giant Vafthrudnir. They ask each other a series of questions to determine each other’s wisdom. Odin ends … Continue reading

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Norse Mythology: Völuspá in Modern English

Völuspá, or The Wise-Woman’s Prophecy, is an Eddic poem found at the beginning of the Codex Regius. The poem is narrated by a volva (wise-woman) who is consulted by Odin, and ends with her prophecy of Ragnarok. I ask the holy races, Heimdall’s … Continue reading

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