Dracula by Bram Stoker
Bram Stoker had colorful stories ready for those who asked about the origins of his novel Dracula. By one account, he fell ill after eating shellfish, and dreamed of his vampire villain. In an even more dramatic anecdote, Stoker recalled a meeting in New York with future President Teddy Roosevelt, who offered an id…
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