A CHRONOLOGY OF BRAM STOKER
1847 Born on 8 November at 15 The Crescent, Dublin. Christened
Abraham Stoker, after his father, a civil servant in Dublin
Castle.
1865 First sight of Henry Irving in The Rivals.
1863-7 In spite of a semi-invalid childhood, Brain Stoker went to
Trinity College, Dublin. He achieved notable success as a
mathematician and in the Philosophical Society.
1868 Entered the Civil Service.
1870 MA Trinity College, Dublin. Most of his spare time was spent
at the Queen's Theatre, Dublin, where he made the acquaint-
ance of Henry Irving.
1878 Published The Duties of Clerks of Petty Sessions in Ireland. In
October, Henry Irving took over The Lyceum Theatre in
London. He offered Bram Stoker the managership. 4 Decem-
ber: Bram Stoker married Florence Balcombe, a 20-year-old
girl who had recently turned down a proposal of marriage
from Oscar Wilde.
1878-1905 Bram Stoker was Henry Irving's manager and dose per-
sonal friend. He knew all the major theatrical men and women
of the age.
1883 Stoker's first visit, with Irving, to America.
1885 Published A Glimpse of America.
1890 The Gombeen Man.
1895 The Watter's Mou.
1897 Dracula.
1902 The Mystery of the Sea.
1905 Death of Henry Irving.
1906 Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irving.
1909 The Lady of the Shroud.
1910 Famous Imposters.
1911 The Lady of the White Worm.
1912 20 April: Bram Stoker died at 26 St George's Square, London,
aged 64. He was buried at Golder's Green.

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