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Aniversario del nacimiento de Bram Stoker en 1847: «Qué bendición tienen esas personas cuyas vidas carecen de temores o amenazas, que cada noche concilian bien el sueño y no tienen pesadillas» (El actor y director escénico Henry Irving, que hizo una lectura dramatizada de «Drácula o el no muerto» en 1897, y Bram Stoker toman un taxi desde la entrada privada del Teatro Liceo Real, en la Burleigh Street). http://www.veniracuento.com/

Sir Henry Irving (top hat) and Bram Stoker take a cab from the private Burleigh Street entrance of the Lyceum Theatre, which was reserved for the use of the ”Unholy Trinity” of Irving, Stoker and H. Loveday, the Lyceum’s stage manager.

Leo Tolstoy (1828 – 1910) with Delir, his favourite horse. Early 20th century. Yasnaya Polyana Estate, Tula Province, Russia. #Leo_Tolstoy

Leo Tolstoj – with Delir, his favourite horse.

It is not clear what role the bucket plays in this photograph of three smiling young women, members of the family of the London timber merchant Arnold Barmaper, but this family snapshot captures a happy moment on a breezy day in

My great grandmother Elizabeth Rigby (mother of 18 )on the right and great aunt

My great grandmother Elizabeth Rigby (mother of 18 )on the right and great aunt

What does Dracula look like? Sir Henry Irving, with whom Stoker was well acquainted. It is said that Stoker based much of his description of the character, Count Dracula, upon Irving's features.

What does Dracula look like? Sir Henry Irving, with whom Stoker was well acquainted. It is said that Stoker based much of his description of the character, Count Dracula, upon Irving's features.

Lewis Carroll - Lewis Carroll 's book 'Through the Looking-glass and what Alice found there'. Illustrated by John Tenniel. Description of pictures: 'Alice rowing the sheep'. First published 1871.

John Tenniel illustration from 'Through the Looking Glass'

Dracula | 25 Beautifully Redesigned Classic Book Covers I like how the flipped A turns into a V that could stand for vampire and also refer to fangs.

Dracula 25 Beautifully Redesigned Classic Book Covers I like how the flipped A turns into a V that could stand for vampire and also refer to fangs.

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