Google celebrated Abraham “Bram” Stoker’s 165th birthday with the new animated Bram Stoker books doodle today Thursday (8th November 2012) as Abraham was born on November 8, 1847 in Dublin, Ireland. He is a story writer and novelist and he is the well known parson for his 1857 fiction novel Dracula. He told the Dracula as a series of letters and in epistolary format.
That book was extremely popular because of its treatments on important themes such as colonialism, post-colonialism, sexual conventions and women’s role in Victorian culture. The character of Dracula was dedicated his friend sir Thomas Henry Hall Canine, who was the playwright and novelist, of the late Victorian and the Edwardian ears.
Today’s Google doodle is dedicated to the Irish author’s most celebrated work Dracula. This new Doodle in Google appears as Dracula, as Vampires are with blood, the Google letter in new Doodle is in red. Also features Dracula wearing a black long coat with bare fangs the castle and the famous crescent moon with a bat lying complete the picture. Other characters in the Bram Stoker’s novels also appeared in the black and white doodle.
The doodle is celebration of his works; include short story collection, nonfiction, novels, reviews and uncollected stories.