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Ireland / England  1847 – 1912
Ireland / England  1847 – 1912
Teachers:  Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu; Walt Whitman;  Mary Shelley; [[J.W. Brodie-Innis]]; [[Arthur Machen]];  [[Edgar Allan Poe]]; [[Algernon Blackwood]];  
Teachers:  Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu; Walt Whitman;  Mary Shelley; J.W. [[Brodie-Innis]]; [[Arthur Machen]];  [[Edgar Allan Poe]]; [[Algernon Blackwood]];  
Students: [[H. P. Lovecraft]];  
Students: [[H. P. Lovecraft]];  

Revision as of 13:15, 13 September 2012

Bram Stoker AKA Abraham "Bram" Stoker

Ireland / England 1847 – 1912

Teachers: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu; Walt Whitman; Mary Shelley; J.W. Brodie-Innis; Arthur Machen; Edgar Allan Poe; Algernon Blackwood;

Students: H. P. Lovecraft;

Friends: Dr. Maunsell; Florence Balcombe, wife; Oscar Wilde; James Abbott McNeill Whistler; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; Hall Caine; Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone; Pamela Colman Smith


Organizations: Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn; Trinity College, Dublin; University Philosophical Society

Author: Dracula, 1897; "Sensationalism in Fiction and Society"; Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories; Miss Betty (1898); The Mystery of the Sea (1902); The Jewel of Seven Stars (1903); The Man (aka: The Gates of Life) (1905); Lady Athlyne (1908); The Lady of the Shroud (1909); The Lair of the White Worm (aka: The Garden of Evil) (1911)(which was made into an INSANE movie int he 1970s)

Comments: Horror novelist with Occult interests and friends: personal assistant of actor Henry Irving ; Pamela Colman Smith

Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bram_Stoker; http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/s#a190