Recently a long-lost journal belonging to Dracula author Bram Stoker was discovered in his great-grandson dusty attic. The text of this stunning
find, written between 1871 and 1878, mostly in his native Dublin, will captivate scholars of Gothic literature and Dracula fans alike.Painstakingly transcribed and researched, the journal offers intriguing new insights into the complex behind Dracula.
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A native of Montreal, Dacre Stoker is the great-grandson of Bram Stoker’s youngest brother, Dr George Stoker. Dacre taught physical education and sciences in both Canada and the US, qualifed for Canada’s Modern Pentathlon team for the boycotted 1980 Olympics, and coached the team at the 1988 Olympics. He now travels the globe, presenting his lecture ‘Stoker on Stoker’. Co-author of the sequel to Dracula, entitled Dracula the Un-Dead (2009), Dacre is a member of the Transylvanian Society of Dracula and the Horror Writers’ Association. An avid fly-fisherman and real (court) tennis instructor, Dacre lives in South Carolina and is involved in local land conservation.
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