Bram Stoker | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Harry Ludlam

This literature criticism consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis & critique of Bram Stoker.
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Critical Essay by Harry Ludlam

SOURCE: Ludlam, Harry. In A Biography of Dracula: The Life Story of Bram Stoker. London: W. Foulsham & Co., The Fireside Press, 1962, 200 p.

In the following excerpt, Ludlam describes the plot and circumstances surrounding the creation of several of Stoker's short stories.

In the summer of 1893 a wider public learned for the first time a little of the character of the man who stood in Irving's shadow, when Hall Caine gratefully dedicated his book Capt'n Davy's Honeymoon to Bram. With a burst of unusual effusiveness Caine wrote:

When in dark hours and evil humours my bad angel has sometimes made me think that friendship as it used to be of old, friendship as we read of it in books, that friendship which is not a jilt sure to desert us, but a brother born to...

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