Abraham Stoker, well known by his pen name Bram Stoker, was an Irish author best remembered for penning the Gothic horror novel Dracula.
Bram Stoker, who was born in Ireland in 1847, studied mathematics at Trinity College in Dublin before beginning his long career as Sir Henry Irving’s assistant. In addition, he started to carve himself a second career as a writer, releasing The Primrose Path in 1875.
Stoker’s most well-known book, Dracula, was published in 1897; nevertheless, he passed away before the fictitious vampire would become very well-known through a number of film and literary adaptations in the 20th century.
Stoker passed away at No. 26 St. George’s Square, London, on April 20, 1912, following several strokes. Some biographers blame excessive labour, while others blame tertiary syphilis for the death.
Thanks for reading from Smiletimes, You are free to share this story via the various social media platforms and follow us on; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.