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  1. Bram Stoker's Notes for Dracula by Robert Eighteen-Bisang, Elizabeth Miller, 2008-08-08
  2. The Jewel of Seven Stars by Bram Stoker, 2009-10-04
  3. Bram Stoker's Dracula: The Greatest Vampire
  4. The Essential Dracula:A Completely Illustrated & Annotated Edition of Bram Stoker's Classic Novel by Bram Stoker, Raymond T. McNally, et all 1979-07-27
  5. Bram Stoker's Death Ship by Gary Gerani, Stuart Sayger, 2010-10-05
  6. Bram Stoker's Dracula: A Reader's Guide (Reader's Guides) by William Hughes, 2009-07-09
  7. The Fate of Fenella by Arthur Conan Doyle, Bram Stoker, 2008-08-01
  8. The Jewel Of Seven Stars - The Most Complete Version Ever Published: Includes The Endings From The Original First Edition And The Revised Second Edition by Bram Stoker, 2009-03-27
  9. Best Ghost and Horror Stories (Dover Horror Classics) by Bram Stoker, 1997-07-18
  10. Bram Stoker (Twayne's English Authors Series) by Phyllis A. Roth, 1982-06
  11. Frankenstein; Dracula; Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (Signet classics) by Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, et all 1978-12-01
  12. From the Pages of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" - Harker by Tony Lee, 2009-10-16
  13. Dracula: Complete, Original Text by Bram Stoker, 2009-10-18
  14. Coppola and Eiko on Bram Stoker's Dracula by Francis Ford Coppola, Eiko Ishioka, 1993-07

21. Dracula,a Story Of The Undead,written By Bram Stoker Of Whitby
Brief biography of stoker.

22. Bram Stoker, Horror And Fantasy Writer
bram (Abraham) stoker. 1847 1912. Novels. stoker, bram, Dracula, Barnes Noble, New York, 1897
Bram (Abraham) Stoker
Novels Stoker, Bram,
The Mystery of the Sea,
The Jewel of Seven Stars,
The Lady of the Shroud,
Original Short Fiction
Stoker, Bram,
The Illustrated and Sporting Dramatic News
Collections of Short Fiction
Stoker, Bram,
The Bram Stoker Bedside Companion
Taplinger Publishing, New York, 1973. (edited by Charles Osborne)
Sources of Biographical and Bibliographical Information
Fenkl, Heinz Insu,
Bram Stoker: The literary vampire, in Realms of Fantasy, #45, February, 2002. (article)

23. Bram Stoker - Free Online Library
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Bram Stoker
Abraham "Bram" Stoker was born in Clontarf, Ireland on November 8th, 1847. After spending his early childhood bedridden by an unidentified illness, Stoker developed himself into an athlete in his adolescence, playing soccer and being named University Athlete at Trinity College, Dublin. He graduated with honors in Mathematics. Bram's father, a civil servant himself, secured a place for his son at Dublin Castle. There Bram wrote his first work, Duties of Clerks of Petty Sessions in Ireland: Collected Works of Bram Stoker , but it was not published until 1879, after he was already famous. He began publishing his stories in magazines regularly during his eight-year term at Dublin Castle: The Crystal Cup The Chain of Destiny The Spectre of Doom (1880). He also took unpaid positions as a theatre critic for Dublin's Evening Mail and as editor of The Irish Echo . In 1878 Stoker accepted the job as business manager for Sir Henry Irving's Lyceum Theatre. He left his civil service job, married Florence Balcombe (Stoker competed with Oscar Wilde for Florence's hand), and moved to London. In 1882, Stoker published his first book

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Han er født i 1847 i Dublin og døde den 20. april 1912 i London. "Havets hemmelighed"
Berlingske Tidende Føljeton, %bogh. : 1903 "Dracula" ("Dracula", 1897)
Borgens Billigbøger, 14 : 1963, 1970(2), 1973(3)
Apostrof (Spænding og Gys) : 1982, 1983(2)
Borgen Paperbacks, 2. udg. : 1989(1), 1993(2), 1993(3)
Forum (Udødelige Gysere, 5), 1. udg. : 1990(1)
Julior Bogklubben, 2 bind : 1991
Borgen (Borgen klassiker), 2. udg. : 1998(4)
Flachs (Klassiske historier), illustreret af Tudor Humphries , 64 sider : 1998(1)
* "Dracula" , engelsk udg.
Aschehoug (Easy readers. C, Classics) : 1999 "Draculas gæst" , novellei "Draculas gæst og andre vampyrhistorier" ved Tage la Cour Carit Andersen : 1974 "The Squaw" novelle i "Mine bedste gysere : en og tyve fortællinger om spøgelser og andet godtfolk" ved Dave Allen ; Tordenskiold : 1974 novelle i "Højt hår : gyset - angsten og lysten" , 184 sider ; Dansklærerforeningen, 1. udg. : 1998(1) "Blodet fra mumiens gravkammer" , (bearb. udg. af "The Jewel of Seven Stars", 1903) Forum (Udødelige Gysere, 2), 1. udg. : 1988(1)

25. Movie/Video Review: Bram Stoker's Dracula
Review by Dragan Antulov, with links to other reviews of the film.
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out of 4 Starring: Gary Oldman Winona Ryder Director: Francis Ford Coppola Rated: R RunTime: 128 Minutes Release Date: November Genre: Horror Buy this DVD Buy this Video ... *Also starring: Anthony Hopkins Keanu Reeves , Richard E. Grant, Cary Elwes , Bill Campbell, Sadie Frost, Tom Waits Reviewer Roundup Dragan Antulov review follows Pedro Sena read the review AlexI read the review Jerry Saravia read the review Review by Dragan Antulov 3 stars out of 4 Vampire stories are with us for the thousands of years, and each civilisation and culture has its own version of such mythical creatures. Yet the best known vampire of all is a person who used to belong to real history instead of myth. The name most associated with vampires is "Dracula", nickname given to Vlad Tepes a.k.a. Vlad the Impaler, 15th Century Vallachian prince who ruled his lands with the methods that would turn Hitler into nice guy in comparison. Four centuries later, Irish writer Abraham Stoker resurrected Tepes as the protagonist of his gothic horror novel. The novel and its protagonists were extensively used by the horror filmmakers in the next century, but among multitudes of such films only few tried to be faithful to the source material. One of them was BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA, 1992 film directed by Francis Ford Coppola.

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27. Bram Stoker, Dracula And Vampires
Dracula the novel, bram stoker, the legend, the historical Dracula, (Vlad the Impaler), scholarly studies, the widespread interest today.

28. Gary Oldman - Man Of Many Faces
Pictures from several of Oldman's films, filmography, and a focus on the film bram stoker's Dracula.
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    Love Never Dies My favorite Gary Oldman film is "Bram Stokers Dracula" directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Oldman's Dracula is not only fightening. The actor is able to bring an element of pathos to this historically evil character. With the aid of excellent make-up and costumes, Oldman adds his own uncanny knack for accents to create a living (as well as "un-living") "Prince Vlad" - Dracula.
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    As sexy as Oldman was as Dracula, his portrayal as the Reverend Dimmesdale is so stirring it makes me ache.
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    30. Dracula (from New Wave Publishers)
    DRACULA. c 1897. by bram stoker. NOTE This is a hypertext formatted version of a plain ascii etext. The credits for the ascii edition may be found below.
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    by Bram Stoker
    NOTE: This is a hypertext formatted version of a plain ascii etext. The credits for the ascii edition may be found below . Note that the ascii edition contained a number of what I believe to be formatting errors. I have "corrected" some of these, but left the majority intact. I have, however, endeavored not to introduce any new errors into the text. In case of doubt, you may always compare against the original etext This document is part of a small, but growing collection of html formatted etexts. (Others may be found in either my home page or John Ockerbloom's indexes by author and title .) I am still trying to figure out whether anyone else is interested in these on-line readable documents. If you appreciate this document or would like to see more such, send me mail at "".
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    31. Ken Russell's The Lair Of The White Worm!
    This site is dedicated to Ken Russell's 1988 movie, based on the bram stoker novel, one of the kitschest films ever made!

    32. ...Terror Writter...the Official Bram Stoker Fanlisting...
    Welcome the only one and official fanlisting for the great writter bram stoker, who write books like Dracula . In this case, fans of bram stoker.
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    33. Shadow Of The Vampire
    Features the story behind the movie with detail covering the real Dracula, Nosferatu, bram stoker and F.W. Murnau.
    Shadow of the Vampire
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    In 1922, F.W. Murnau made a ground-breaking movie that still haunts us today. Casting Max Schreck as the terrifying Count Orlock, Murnau's "Nosferatu," with its shadows and images, still defines the horror film genre. No movie since portrays Bram Stoker's "Dracula" any better.
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    Following links that take you to see the real people (including the REAL Dracula) and places, you will learn the story behind "Shadow of the Vampire." Check out the facts about the legal battle. Watch the original silent movie, "Nosferatu," on-line. Links to everything you need to understand the movie are waiting for your discovery. Brought to you by This site uses Shockwave Flash Technology from Macromedia. © 1999 Terms and conditions VERTICAL LIMIT MEN OF HONOR BAGGER VANCE ... WYATT EARP

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    36. Stoker, Bram. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
    The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001. stoker, bram. (Abraham stoker), 1847–1912, English novelist, b. Ireland. He is
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    37. Dracula: For The Dead Travel Fast
    Dedicated to the novel, Dracula, by bram stoker, as well as vampires in general and other related topics.
    Night This night, agitated by the growing storm,
    how it has suddenly expanded its dimensions ,
    that ordinarily would have gone unnoticed,
    like a folded cloth, and hidden in the folds of time.
    Where the stars give resistance it does not stop there,
    neither does it begin within the forest's depths,
    nor show upon the surface of my face
    nor with your appearance.
    The lamps keep swaying, fully unaware:
    is our light lying?
    Is night the only reality that has endured through thousands of years? Rainer Maria Rilke (Trans. Albert Ernest Flemming) Cemetery of St. Mary's Church, Whitby. (Dracula attacks a sleepwalking Lucy Westenra here.) The icon: Bela Lugosi as Dracula in the 1931 film. Enter freely and of your own will ... The Origin of "For the dead travel fast" and Burger's Lenora Selected Dracula Bibliography Drac Bookstore ... Fifteen Draculas in Alphabetical Order Bran Castle and grave, home of Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler/Dracula). Small plaque at Vlad Tepes' birthplace in Sighisoara, Transylvania, that states Vlad Dracul (Vlad Tepes' father) lived here 1431-1435. Vlad Tepes was born in 1431. View My Guestbook Sign My Guestbook Site last updated Sunday, 23 May 2004.

    38. Bram Stoker
    Translate this page Home_Page bram stoker (1847-1912), Seudónimo de Abraham stoker, escritor británico. Nació en Dublín, Irlanda, en cuya universidad estudió.
    Bram Stoker
    S eudónimo de Abraham Stoker, escritor británico. Nació en Dublín, Irlanda, en cuya universidad estudió. Fue durante diez años funcionario y crítico teatral, hasta que se marchó de Irlanda en 1876 como secretario y representante del actor inglés sir Henry Irving, con quien dirigió el Lyceum Theatre de Londres. Fue socio del actor hasta que este murió en 1905. Escribió numerosos libros, entre ellos Recuerdos personales de Henry Irving (1906). Su clásica novela de terror, Drácula (1897), creó el personaje del vampiro y conde Drácula de Transilvania que ha inspirado muchas versiones, continuaciones y películas. © eMe Textos:
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    39. Vampyr-Magazin: Bram Stoker
    Translate this page Der Vater von DRACULA bram stoker. bram (Abraham) stoker (8.11.1847 – 20.4.1912), Theaterkritiker, -manager und –leiter, schuf
    Der Vater von DRACULA : Bram Stoker
    Vlad Tepes
    (Der Roman liegt in mehreren deutschen Ausgaben vor).
    Film hat Dracula dann zum Inbegriff des Vampirs gemacht.
    verfilmt wurde.

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