Bram Stoker: Verskil tussen weergawes

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In die lente van [[2012]] het Dacre Stoker in samewerking met professor Elizabeth Miller Bram Stoker se "verlore" Dublin-dagboek aan die publiek bekend gestel. Die joernaal was in besit van Stoker se kleinseun Noel Dobbs. Stoker se dagboekinskrywings gooi lig op Stoker se lewe voor sy tyd in Londen. 'n Aanmerking oor 'n seun, wat vlieë in 'n bottel vang, gee moontlik 'n aanduiding oor die latere ontwikkeling van ''Renfield'', een van die karakters in ''Dracula''.<ref>Dacre Stoker en Elizabeth Miller (reds.): ''Bram Stoker: Bram Stoker's Lost Dublin Journal''. Londen: Biteback Press 2012</ref>
 
 
 
In Spring 2012, Dacre Stoker in collaboration with Prof. Elizabeth Miller presented the "lost" Dublin Journal written by Bram Stoker, which had been kept by his great-grandson Noel Dobbs. Stoker's diary entries shed a light on the issues that concerned him before his London years. A remark about a boy who caught flies in a bottle might be a clue for the later development of the Renfield character in ''Dracula''.<ref>Stoker, Bram. Bram Stoker’s Lost Dublin Journal, ed. by Stoker, Dacre and Miller, Elizabeth. London: Biteback Press, 2012</ref>
 
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