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About James Malcolm Rymer. James Malcolm Rymer. James Malcolm Rymer was a British nineteenth century writer of penny dreadfuls, and is the probable author of Varney the Vampire, often attributed to fellow writer Thomas Peckett Prest, and co-author with Prest of The String of Pearls, in which the notorious villain Sweeney Todd makes his literary debut.
Information about Rymer is sketchy. In the London Directory for he is listed as a civil James Malcolm Rymer was a British nineteenth century writer of penny dreadfuls, and is the probable author of Varney the Vampire, often attributed to fellow writer Thomas Peckett Prest, and co-author with Prest of The String of Pearls, in which the notorious villain Sweeney Todd makes his literary debut.
In the London Directory for he is listed as a civil engineer, living at 42 Burton Street, and the British Museum catalogue mentions him in as editing the Queen's Magazine. Between to the he wrote up to popular novels for the English bookseller and publisher, Edward Lloyd, including the best-sellers Ada the Betrayed, Varney the Vampyre and The String of Pearls.
Rymer's novels appeared in England under his own name as well as anagrammatic pseudonyms such as Malcolm J. Errym and Malcolm J. He died on 11 August and is buried in Kensal Green cemetery, west London. Books by James Malcolm Rymer. Related Articles. We've got you covered with the buzziest new releases of the day.
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It first appeared in — as a series of weekly cheap pamphlets of the kind then known as " penny dreadfuls ". The author was paid by the typeset line  so when the story was published in book form in , it was of epic length: the original edition ran to double-columned pages  and chapters. It is the tale of the vampire Sir Francis Varney, and introduced many of the tropes present in vampire fiction recognizable to modern audiences. The story has a confused setting. While ostensibly set in the early eighteenth century,  there are references to the Napoleonic Wars and other indicators that the story is contemporary to the time of its writing in the mid-nineteenth century. Varney's adventures also occur in various locations including London , Bath , Winchester , Naples and Venice.
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