Dracula (Classic Reprint) - Stoker Bram
A distant relation to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (author of Sherlock Holmes), Stoker was a thespian from an early age and spent some time working as a theatre critic for the Dublin Evening Mail. Although theatre critics were not well respected, Stoker was noticed as a quality writer, becoming fast friends with Henry Irving after writing a positive review of Irving's Hamlet production. He later became business manager at the Henry Irving's Lyceum Theatre in London.
Tragically Stoker was not hugely successful as an author in his time, dying in poverty of syphilis in 1912, aged 64.
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