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The Power of Sympathy

“Though sympathy can’t alter facts, it can make them more bearable.” Van Helsing, Dracula, Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker

The 'New Woman'

“I suppose the ‘New Woman’ won’t condescend in future to accept. She will do the proposing herself. And a nice job she will make of it too! 6 more words

Bram Stoker

1001 Challenge

Hey guys!

Recently I have been thinking of trying out something. I watched a video by Emma Blackery where she had a book called “1001 albums you need to listen to before you die.” Now, music is not my forte. 232 more words

Episode: May 26th

https://crypticcanticles.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/episode015_may26_finalmix.mp3Episode Synopsis: Arthur Holmwood accepts Quincey’s invitation and hints at having news to tell.


Arthur Holmwood: John Robert Matz

Producer, Director, Webmaster: Gwen Schmidt… 38 more words


#OTD in 1897 – First publication of Dracula, written by Dublin man Abraham ‘Bram’ Stoker.

The well-known theatre manager and part-time writer Bram Stoker released Dracula, a Gothic adventure novel about the exploits of a Transylvanian vampire in England and the attempts by a crew of respectable professional men (and one woman) to destroy the ancient evil. 256 more words

Irish History

Old and new - 13 brilliant books set in Yorkshire in the north of England

The landscape and people of Yorkshire have inspired writers for hundreds of years. With its rich history and incredible variety, it’s no surprise the county has produced such a wealth of great literature. 1,476 more words

May 26

On this day–May 26–in 1897, Bram Stoker’s Dracula was published!