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Bram Stoker

Abraham "Bram" Stoker (8 November 1847 – 20 April 1912) was an Irish novelist and short story writer, best known today for his 1897 Gothic novel Dracula. During his lifetime, he was better known as personal assistant of actor Henry Irving and business manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London, which Irving owned.
Johnathan Harker is a London lawyer hired by Count Dracula inTransylvania to buy some property for him. He finds out that CountDracula is a vampire. Harker has to kill the vampire and some ofthose Dracula has turned into vampires.
Yes of course he's dead, he was a Victorian writer. He died in1912.
The mood is gothic romance.
Yes he and his wife Florence had son named Noel,who was born on 1879.
He did get married and to a woman he called devine. Her name was Florence Blacombe untill she got married. Once Bram had got married they moved to London and there was where it all began.
Bram Stoker holidayed in Whitby, and it is thought that he drew his inspiration for Dracula from Whitby Abbey and the town. In the book, Dracula is shipwrecked in Whitby and comes ashore in the form of a dog.
The idea of vampires is a very ancient theme. Goes all the way back to Sumeria.
Bram Stoker wrote "Dracula," and Count Dracula came from Transylvania, which is part of Romania. Dracula,Transyllvania
He would have taken different inspirations, including hissurroundings, other places he visited and research on places thathe would have done.
Abraham "Bram" Stoker was an Irish novelist and short story writer, best known today for his 1897 Gothic novel Dracula. He did not write a a book about the Ripper.
He went to Trinity College Dublin, getting an Honours B.A. inMathematics.
Bram (Abraham) Stoker did try and make strong reference between Count Dracula and Vlad Tepes Dracula in his book but the references he gave were erroneous so instead of making a strong connection between the two he instead gave Vlad an alibi.
Abraham "Bram" Stoker (1847 - 1912) born in Clontarf, Ireland, was bedridden until the age of seven.
She wrote Frankenstein and he wrote Dracula, two of the most famoushorror novels ever written. They would not have met as she died in1851 in England and he had only been born in 1847 in Ireland.
Jonathan Hawker was a solicitor (lawyer in US) and was required in Transylvania to assist in a legal matter involving a property transaction.
Trinity College Dublin
Yes he did. He was born in 1847 and died in 1912. Queen Victoriawas on the throne from 1837 to 1901.
Yes. He went to Trinity College Dublin. He got an honours B.A. inMathematics.
Holy Water, Church wafers, garlic, crucifix and wooden stake, which killed him.
The author describes Dracula as scary because in his imagination,Dracula can bite people and drink blood.
He was reading histories of the Balkan peninsula.,
There are many things that inspired Stoker: - Stoker could not walk during the first seven years of his life. His mother often told him horror stories about a cholera epidemic she had witnessed as a child to entertain him at that time. - It is also said that Stoker had a dream in which a young...
Many people say that the idea stemmed from his relationship with is employer and friend, Henry Irving. The overbearing, threatening, sometimes repulsive, "vampiric" character of Count Dracula represents those characteristics of Irving himself, and the timid, following character of Johnathan Harker...
This is a matter of opinion but arguments can be made for a few. Of course one criteria would be how much time is spent on a particular character. Some people may like Dr. John Seward or Quincey Morris or the Hon. Arthur Holmwood but as not more than ten sentences are wasted on any of them, they...
Florence Balcombe.
The figure would not be known. Millions of copies have been soldsince it was published in 1897 and people are still reading ittoday. It is one of the most popular books of all time.
Vlad Tepes The Impaler was a cruel leader whereas Bram Stoker's Dracula is a fictional character. You can see a detailed comparison of the two at the related link below.
Bram Stoker's research for Dracula involved research of European folklore and tales, and he was heavily influenced by an essay called Transylvania Superstitions (Emily Gerard, 1885). he also got the idea from vlad the impaler
ha our people try to throw your people off it was created in a desprate attempt to get humans not to belive in us anymore it took long enough to work... btw we aren't anything like his vampires.
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jonathon first finds out that dracula is a vampire bc he sees no reflection of the dracula in the mirror! but he just cannot imgine that this is real and he doesnt believe what he is seeing... when jonathon goes back home to London dr. van helsing tellls him that the things he saw where real!!! this...
he is stunned that he see no refelction of dracula in the mirror.. he accidently cuts himself with his razor knife and blood starts pouring... dracula comes closer to jonathon as if he will attack.. but the crucifix necklace around jonathons neck protects him from dracula and dracula backs up! he...
His first novel, The Primrose Path, was published in 1875. He hadwritten some stories that were published before that, starting in1872.
'Steal' is the wrong word. Character Traits and Motifs are not private property and can be learned and used by any writer. That Stoker used such from stories that preceded his is almost a certainty.
He went to a private school.
Bram Stoker was born on November 8, 1847 and died on April 20, 1912. Bram Stoker would have been 64 years old at the time of death or 167 years old today.
Bram Stoker died on April 20, 1912 at the age of 64.
probally invented There were two demi-kingsr in the Balkans: Vlad Dracul (the dragon) and Vlad Dracula (Son of the Dragon). The character created by Bram Stoker had many similarities with Vlad Dracula but then a few references that would be 'deal-breakers' as far as confirming the identity of...
He is a famous Irish author. He wrote one of the most famous andpopular books in history, which was Dracula.
Abraham (Bram) Stoker employed the service of an ancient and now mostly unknown and misunderstood society - it was called - a library.
Because everyone starts off with a idea of hearing or seeing something. He either saw dracula with his own eyes...or heard about it from the old legends and decided to make it a story of his own.
bram stoker got his ideas from vlad the impailer.
I believe that the main problem in Bram Stoker's book, Dracula, is that Dracula moves to London.
On the 17th of July 1858, Florence Balcombe was born. She latermarried Bram Stoker.
If you meant where in Romania was Dracula in, it's Transylvania. It's in central Romania.
Abraham Stoker published 'Dracula' in 1897.
Bram Stoker is best know for his book Dracula. Dracula the main character is from Sighişoara, Romania. Located in the historical region of Transylvania.
He was born in the city of Dublin in Ireland, in the suburb knownas Clontarf. He was born in the city of Dublin in Ireland, in the suburb knownas Clontarf. He was born in the city of Dublin in Ireland, in the suburb knownas Clontarf. He was born in the city of Dublin in Ireland, in the suburb...
He probably did. . To be absolutely picky Vlad Tepes (aka dracula) was Wallancian.
The protagonist for this novel is actually shared by a few people as there are several shifts of Point of View. . Johnathon Harker . Wilhelmina Harker (nee Murray) . Lucy Westenra . Doctor Van Helsing . Reinfeld . Reinfeld's Doctor The Count is never a Point of View Character.
Well, originally, the book was suppose to have a romantic element, with Dracula himself, posing as a handsome young man, for Mina to fall in love with. I'm not sure why it was changed, but maybe you or someone else can find out, but then, I guess there is some romance within the story itself. ...
It took Bram Stoker (1847-1912) seven years to finish the novel. When he started writing it in 1890, he was 42 years old, and he finished it at the age of 49.
Bram Stoker didn't write any plays. He wrote a total of twelve novels, three short story collections and various other stories. He also wrote some non-fiction. His most famous work is the 1897 novel Dracula . See the related link for a full list of his work.
The character of "Dracula" is fictional - there are no such things as human vampires. It is thought that Stoker took some of his ideas and themes from stories of tyrannical Hungarian and Roumanian kings and princes of long ago, some of whom were partial to impaling their enemies on poles in the...
Bram Stoker is an Irish novelist and short story writer. His most famous and well known piece was Dracula, which was adapted into a successful film titled after the novel.
He published a number of books, his most famous being Dracula,which was published on the 27th of May in 1897.
Lifetime Achievement Awards were given to Stephen King and to Jerry Williamson for their extraordinary contributions to the genre. Over the last thirty years both men have published more than 30 horror novels each, in addition to vast amounts of short fiction. Their impact on modern horror...
There are many Bram Stoker awards. The 2000 categories and winnersare: Novel: The Night Class by Tom Piccirilli First Novel: The Lovely Bones by Alice Seybold Long Fiction: "El Dia de Los Muertos" by Brian A. Hopkins '"My Work Is Not Yet Done"' by Thomas Ligotti Short Fiction: "The Misfit Child...
He published Dracula in 1897 and all the population of Ireland (birthplace) loved it.
He was born in Dublin, Ireland.
Yes is child was Noel Thornley Stoker
of course. not why would he do that?
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After suffering a number of strokes, Bram Stoker is believed to have died of tertiary syphilis.
Yes. He and his wife Florence had a son named Noel, who was born in 1879.
It's more of a what than a who. No one really influenced Stoker to write. He was influenced by his bedridden early life, his career as an actor and his work writing drama reviews.
He studied Mathematics, getting an honours B.A. in it.
None, really. Dracula was his only really successful novel, and arguably also the only good one.
Abraham "Bram" Stoker was married to Florence Balcombe.
Dracula was a vampire, an deceased individual reanimated by dark forces and possessing supernatural powers. Dracula and other vampires would retain their human form by drinking the blood of living humans, as real-life vampire bats do on birds or mammals. The character was historically based on a...
He lived 1847 - 1912.
The book "Dracula" was published in 1897
Bram Stoker died on April 20, 1912 at the age of 64.
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On this site, they claim that it was Old English slang for "beautiful" lady... http://www.calandrastudio.com/websitepages/blooferlady.html . Wikipedia concurs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dracula . Not sure, because I can't find any official source, but that might be the meaning. . The Norton...
Answer . He was the author of the novel Dracula. Click on the 'Bram Stoker' link on this page to learn more about him.
He studied Mathematics, getting a honours B.A. in it.
Bram stoker's inspiration for Dracula was from the real life Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia known as Vlad the Impaler.
Bram Stoker was born on November 8, 1847.
Wynona Ryder plays Mina in Bram Stoker's Dracula. The film is by Francis Ford Cappola. Dracula is starred by Gary Oldman.
Bram Stoker, an irish author, wrote the world renowned book Dracula. Dracula is mostly about an English soliciter Jonathan Harker who comes upon Count Dracula's castle after journeying by train from England to Transylvania.