Nonfiction by Bram Stoker

During his lifetime Bram Stoker was almost as famous for his nonfiction as he was for his fiction. His four most famous pieces of nonfiction are as follows:

1879 The Duties of Clerks of Petty Sessions in Ireland

1886 A Glimpse of America

1906 Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irving

1910 Famous Impostors

You can get information on all of these and download free copies of the last two by clicking on the above links or by going to: Nonfiction at bramstoker.org

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