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Water cascaded down on him, and when he had the appearance of a pretty crystal statue,
the Cossacks, glad to be rid of their Lieutenant, got back on their horses. When they arrived back at camp, the
first person they saw was Liatoukine, fully dressed and not even chilly. One of the Cossacks went mad, and Liatoukine
had the rest executed by a firing-squad. Ever since then, he's been known as Captain
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by Marie Nizet
adapted by Brian Stableford
All Cossacks are thick-skinned, it's true, but Boris Liatoukine plied the knout
so often and hard that one day, when he found himself in an out-of-the way spot with his men, they stripped him
naked, intending to freeze him to death!
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Written in 1879 (18 years before Dracula)
by 19-year-old Marie Nizet, Captain Vampire, in its method and tone alike, is
way ahead of its time. Although its plot has supernatural elements, and its antagonist is manifestly demonic, the
novel's true purpose is to bring out the horror of war. A significant work in the history of horror fiction, it
is undoubtedly one of the finest literary works ever to have made use of the vampire motif.
Translated and annotated by Brian Stableford.
THE REVIEW ON TALIESIN
Contents: Captaine Vampire (1879) by Marie
Nizet; Introduction, Afterword and Notes by Brian Stableford.