- a male given name.
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A more macabre inspiration surfaced in 1890 when an obscure author called Bram Stoker stayed at the seaside resort of Whitby.
“One might claim that gay people have won their rights but lost their literature,” writes Bram.How Gossip Became History: Eminent Outlaws by Christopher Bram
January 29, 2012
In 1901, Bram Stoker appended a new introduction to the Icelandic edition of Dracula, his most famous novel.Stoker Family Values
October 30, 2009
"Invertebrates and monotremes, Dodd," said Bram, almost wistfully.
"Not even the marsupial lion, Bram," grinned Dodd, undismayed.
It is true, Bram had no inclination to risk his own life in battle.
Well had Bram boasted that he would make the earth a desert!
"I want you fellows to stand in with me," came Bram's plaintive tones.