Before Bram Stoker, there was… vampire poetry!
Der Vampir was written in 1748 by Heinrich August Ossenfelder. Like the vampire fiction of today, the poem focuses on sexuality – specifically the vampire’s kiss.
This throws out my theory that the sexy vampire is a late 20th century invention.
At least the poet doesn’t write about sparkling vampires.
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