Bram Stoker, Dracula: Unlined Mini Journal
Not only is Dracula one of the most famous works in any genre, it is the inspiration for countless dark descendants that have followed. The cover features a page from the original 1897 playscript that Stoker adapted from his famed novel.
Though most celebrated for writing his epistolary novel Dracula, Stoker was a theatre fan first and foremost. In 1897 he submitted the script for the theatrical version of Dracula for approval and licensing, with the first performance held May 18th of that year. At the time the title of the work was in flux: it was to be called either Dracula or The Undead. The play itself stayed close to the gothic novel, but the author pared away material from the narrative to make it more visual.
Format: Hardback with magnetic closure
Pages: 176 blank
Size: 3.75 x 5.50 inches