BRAM STOKER (1847-1912)
- A star trap
- Dracula's guest
- The jewel of seven stars
Born on November 1847 in Dublin, he is the author of the popular
horror tale Dracula.
Because of an invalid in early childhood, he discovered pretty
soon fantastic literature and poetry. After school, he made the acquaintance
of his idol, Sir Henry Irving, and, from 1878 until Irving's death 27 years
later, he acted as his manager, writing as many as 50 letters a day for him
and accompanying him on his american tours.