Book Collection. Author Biography
(Bram) Stoker (1847 – 1912)
Bram Stoker was an Irish
writer best known for his horror novel Dracula.
Stoker was born in a costal suburb of Dublin
in Clontarf, the third of seven children. Until the age of
seven he was in bad health, but made a remarkable recovery
and later went on to be a fine athlete whilst at Trinity College,
Bram Stoker was later to
marry Florence Balcombe, the former suitor of Oscar Wilde,
and they resided in London, where Stoker
managed Irving’s Lyceum Theatre for almost three decades,
after being offered the position by Henry Irving.
Before embarking on Dracula,
Bram Stoker had spent the best part of a
decade researching European folklore and tales related to
Literary Classics contains 560 authors, and
thousands of unabridged books.
The Bram Stoker unabridged classic books,
included on the Literary Classics CD are:
- THE LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM