Abraham Stoker


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Noun1.Abraham Stoker - Irish writer of the horror novel about Dracula (1847-1912)
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Written by Abraham Stoker, friend of Wilde and Conan Doyle, Bram, who died on April 20, 1912 - the 23rd birthday, incidentally, of a real monster, Adolf Hitler.
St Hild gave it the original abbey in the seventh century, the discovery of jet made it a jewellery collectors' delight, the railway and royal crescent brought the Victorians who re-popularised it in the 19th century, Frank Meadow Sutcliffe photographed its inquisitive inhabitants, and one Abraham Stoker was so taken with its blood-red twilight creepiness he was inspired to create Dracula.
16 By what first name is the author of Dracula, Abraham Stoker, more commonly known?