In 1901, Bram Stoker appended a new introduction to the Icelandic edition of Dracula, his most famous novel.
“One might claim that gay people have won their rights but lost their literature,” writes Bram.
A more macabre inspiration surfaced in 1890 when an obscure author called Bram Stoker stayed at the seaside resort of Whitby.
Joris and Bram and Hyde sat talking of the formation of a regiment.
Well had Bram boasted that he would make the earth a desert!
Bram Forest lifted the second guard by sword-girdle and scruff of neck and held him aloft.
"You'll do nothing, Bram, because you can't," Dodd answered.
Bram Forest walked to the rail of the barge, and gripped it, and looked out over the ice-flows.
Tommy hesitated a moment, then decided to follow Bram's suggestion.
Bram Forest spurned violence for its own sake, but Ylia might need him.