Bram Stoker Festival 2015

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This week from 23rd – 27th October 2015, Dublin City will celebrate the life, work and legacy of Dublin writer and author of ‘Dracula’, by holding the Bram Stoker Festival.

 To celebrate this event Eneclann would like to share with you once again our research on Bram Stoker’s family history. This original research, which was the basis for a BBC Radio4 documentary, provides new insights into Stoker’s real inspiration for Count Dracula.

Of course, writing was Bram Stoker’s third career. His first book, published almost twenty years before Dracula, was the rather more prosaically titled: The duties of clerks of Petty Sessions in Ireland.

It’s now available to all true Stoker aficionados, as a download from the Eneclann website.

Just click into the links listed below and join the fun to honour Bram Stoker’s memory and achievements in a spirit of enquiry and curiosity.

Research on Bram Stoker’s family tree offers  insights into how he created the vampire Count Dracula

Bram Stoker, The Duties of Clerks of Petty Sessions in Ireland, 1879

BBC Radio 4 documentary was Dracula Irish ?

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