The Duties of Clerks of Petty Sessions in Ireland was Bram Stoker’s first book of nonfiction and his first published book. For many years this book was considered to be the standard reference work for civil service clerks in Ireland.
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THE DUTIES OF CLERKS OF PETTY SESSIONS IN IRELAND at bramstoker.org
The speech “The Necessity for Political Honesty” was published as Stoker’s first book of nonfiction and his first published book of any kind. It was first published in 1872 under the title University of Dublin. College Historical Society. Address by James Charles & Son, Dublin.
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UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN. COLLEGE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. ADDRESS at bramstoker.org
“The Gangway Seats at the Lyceum” was an interview with Bram Stoker by an unnamed reporter from the County Council Times, London. It first appeared in book form on December 24, 2012 in The Forgotten Writings of Bram Stoker edited by John Edgar Browning.
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“The Gangway Seats at the Lyceum” at bramstoker.org