Abraham "Bram" Stoker (1847-1912)was an Irish novelist and short story writer, best known today for his 1897 Gothic novel DRACULA. A sickly child, Stoker was bedridden until the age of seven. Stoker achieved moderate success as a theater critic for a Dublin newspaper, then moved to London in 1879 to manage the Lyceum Theatre, a position he held for 27 years, during which time Stoker composed his most famous works, including DRACULA.
The Watter's Mou' by Bram Stokerby Bram Stoker
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THE WATTER'S MOU' is a romance set in Scotland by Bram Stoker, author of DRACULA. The story follows the love of a young woman whose beau is tasked with stopping smuggling among the poor fishermen of a remote Scottish village.
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