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Here’s the first half of the bibliography for citations in my blog entry on vampire definitions.

Barber, P. 1988. Vampires, Burial, and Death: Folklore and Reality. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Black, G. F., and W. T. Northcote. 1903. Examples of Printed Folklore Concerning Orkney and Shetland Islands. Publications of the Folk-Lore Society. London.

Black, W. G. 1883. Folk-Medicine: A Chapter in the History of Culture. Publications of the Folk-Lore Society. London.

Brendle, T. R., and C. W. Unger. 1970. Folk Medicine of the Pennsylvania Germans: The Non-Occult Cures. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania German Society, vol. 45. New York: Augustus M. Kelley.

Briggs, K. 1976. An Encyclopedia of Fairies, Hobgoblins, Brownies, Bogies, and Other Supernatural Creatures. New York: Pantheon Books. 481 pp.

Carlson, M. M. 1977. What Stoker saw: An introduction to the History of the Literary Vampire. Folklore Forum 10:26-32.

Coote, H. C. 1878. Some Italian Folk-Lore. Folk-Lore Record 1:187-215.

Currier, J. M. 1891. Contributions to New England Folklore. Journal of American Folklore 4:253-56.

Foust, R. 1986. Rite of Passage: The Vampire Tale as Cosmogonic Myth. In Aspects of Fantasy: Selected Essays from the Second International Conference on the Fantastic in Literature and Film, ed. W. Coyle. Contributions to the Study of Fiction and Fantasy, no. 19, 73-84. Westpoty, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.

Frazer, S. J. G. 1911-15. The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion. 3d ed. London: Macmillan. 12 vols.

------. 1977. Fear of the Dead in Primitive Religion. New York <London>: Arno Press, Macmillan. 2.

------. 1977. Fear of the Dead in Primitive Religion. New York <London>: Arno Press, Macmillan. 1.

------. 1977. Fear of the Dead in Primitive Religion. New York <London>: Arno Press, Macmillan. 3.

Hand, W. D., ed. 1964. Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore. Vol. 6-7, Popular Beliefs and Superstitions from North Carolina. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press.

Holte, J. C. 1987. The Vampire. In Mythical and Fabulous Creatures: A Source Book and Research Guide, ed. M. South, 243-64. New York: Greenwood Press.

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