Bram Stoker


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Noun1.Bram Stoker - Irish writer of the horror novel about Dracula (1847-1912)
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Bram Stoker gave life to Count Dracula, terrifying readers around the world.
The Irish Vampire: From Folklore to the Imaginations of Charles Robert Maturin, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, and Bram Stoker
Dracula" might not have been the first story written about vampires but this twisted tale did define the genre and its author, Bram Stoker, is often  hailed as the father of the modern vampire novel.
A BLOOD relative of Bram Stoker has championed an Irishman who made the character famous globally.
Two people will dine on chicken paprikash in Bran Castle then attempt to kip in red velvet-trimmed coffins - just like Dracula did in the Bram Stoker horror novel.
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.
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.
IT'S the ballet with bite - Dracula, based on the legendary Bram Stoker novel of 1897 - and it's coming to the West Yorkshire Playhouse next month.
How does this re-imagined Dracula differ from the Bram Stoker version?
8 -- Google today celebrates the 165th birth anniversary of Bram Stoker (the Irish novelist best known for his 1897 Gothic novel, Dracula), with a Gothic-styled doodle on its home page.
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.
Screenplay, Argento, Enrique Cerezo, Stefano Piani, Antonio Tentori, from the novel by Bram Stoker.