Bram Stoker

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Noun1.Bram Stoker - Irish writer of the horror novel about Dracula (1847-1912)
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So Bram Stoker might now be a minor footnote to theatrical history if the lid of a coffin had not creaked open in 1897 to reveal Dracula, Prince of the Undead, most memorable vampire in all of fiction - but not the first.
uk Bram Stoker Festival, Dublin from [pounds sterling]67 per person For Halloween celebrations closer to home, get into the spirit at the annual Bram Stoker Festival from 27-28 October 2012 in Dublin.
How does this re-imagined Dracula differ from the Bram Stoker version?
Bram Stoker, the author of classic books such as "Dracula," would have turned 165 years old this Thursday had he been undead like his most famous character.
Dracula - the myths | According to the Romanian |National Tourist Office, 'tales of the supernatural had been circulating in Romanian folklore for centuries when Irish writer Bram Stoker picked up the thread and spun it into a tale of ghoulishness that has never been out of print since its first publication in 1897.
Compiled by Jarlath Killeen (Lecturer in Victorian Literature in English, Trinity College, Dublin), "Bram Stoker: Centenary Essays" is a 206 page compendium comprised of ten erudite and informative essays on the life, accomplishments, and enduring influence of Bram Stoker.
Bela Lugosi - Dracula, 1931THE charismatic Hungarian was the first to take Dracula on to the big screen after the rights from the Bram Stoker family were secured.
Bram Stoker Festival, October 24 to 27 -|Dublin City will 'go gothic' for the third annual Bram Stoker Festival, including a gothic ball, performances in unusual spaces, and a range of film and literary events.
TEESSIDE developers have launched two new mobile apps bringing to life the maritime folklore and places that inspired Bram Stoker to write his horror classic Dracula.
Braunbeck was awarded for his short story "We Now Pause for Station Identification"; Del Howison and Jeff Gelb received the Bram Stoker Award for the anthology Dark Delicacies, Original Tales of Terror and the Macabre, and the Nonfiction Award went to Stephen Jones and Kim Newman for their Horror; Another 100 Best Books.
Much of the academic study of Bram Stoker has focused on the Germanic influence on his work.