Nonfiction by Bram Stoker

Although most modern readers know Stoker as a writer of fiction, during his lifetime he was almost as famous for his nonfiction.  He wrote a total of four books and a large number of articles published in newspapers and magazines.

Books:

 

Articles – Theater:

  • 1885 “The American Audience”
  • 1890 “Actor-Managers”
  • 1891 “Recollections of the Late W. G. Wills”
  • 1894 “Dramatic Criticism”
  • 1901 “The Art of Ellen Terry”
  • 1904 “Sir Henry Irving: An Appreciation”
  • 1906 “Henry Irving’s Fight for Fame”
  • 1906 “Fifty Years on the Stage”
  • 1908 “The Question of a National Theatre”
  • 1909 “Americans as Actors”
  • 1909 “Dead-Heads”
  • 1909 “The Censorship of Stage Plays”
  • 1911 “Irving and Stage Lighting”
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    Articles – Miscellaneous:

  • 1907 “The Great White Fair in Dublin”
  • 1907 “The World’s Greatest Ship-Building Yard”
  • 1908 “The Censorship of Fiction”
  • 1908 “Where Hall Caine Dreams Out His Romances”
  • 1909 “The Ethics of Hall Caine”
  • 1909 “The American “Tramp” Question”
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    Speeches:

  • 1872 “The Necessity for Political Honesty”
  • 1876 “Address to Henry Irving, Esq.”
  • 1885 “Personal Impressions of America”
  • 1886 “Abraham Lincoln”
  • 1899 “The Organization of a Theatre”
  • 1906 “Irving’s Audiences”
  • 1907 “Fiction and the Censor”
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    Interviews by Stoker:

  • 1907 “Sir Arthur Conan Doyle”
  • 1907 “An Interview with Winston Churchill”
  • 1907 “The Tendency of the Modern Stage”
  • 1907 “How Mr. Pinero Writes Plays”
  • 1908 “Mr. De Morgan’s Habits of Work”
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    Interviews with Stoker:

  • 1886 “A Chat with Mr. Stoker About Irving”
  • 1886 “Irving and Hudson”
  • 1887 “Mr. Bram Stoker. A Chat with the Author of Dracula”
  • 1890 “The Gangway Seats at the Lyceum”
  • 1898 “Interview with Mr. Bram Stoker”
  • 1899 “Terriss’s Murderer”
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    Introductions:

  • 1899 Sir Henry Irving and Miss Ellen Terry
  • 1905 The Works of Hall Caine
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    Attributed to Stoker:

  • 1884 Henry Irving in England and America 1838-84
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