Bram Stoker's Dracula Quotes. Count Vlad Dracul/Dracula: There is much to be learned from beasts. Count Vlad Dracul/Dracula: The victories of my great race are but a tale to be told.
Bram Stoker was famous for introducing the vampire character Count Dracula, but what facts do we know about this novel? Find the top facts here! The novel was written by Abraham 'Bram' Stoker. Stoker was Irish. In 1878, he married Florence Balcombe, and together they had a son; Irving Noel Thornley Stoker.
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Scene from the 1992 film, Bram Stoker's Dracula. When Harker wanders into a seemingly abandoned salon within Dracula's castle, Dracula's brides quickly set upon him. Eventually Dracula catches them in the act of feeding on him and throws one of the brides aside to make point to back off Harker.
A Background on Bram Stoker's Dracula and Eroticism Dracula is an epistolary novel—-consisting of a series of diary entries, telegrams, and letters from the characters, as well as fictional clippings from the Whitby and London newspapers and phonograph cylinders—originally published in 1897 and authored by Bram Stoker.
Some folks complain that the final chapters of Dracula are boring—after all, the "chase" really just involves Van Helsing, Harker, Mina, Arthur, Dr. Seward, and Quincey Morris twiddling their thumbs in Varna while waiting for Dracula's ship to come in. Most readers tend to think of this break in the action as Stoker's way of building suspense: It's the calm before the storm.