Google Honor Father of Dracula Bram Stoker on Google Doodle: Google pays tribute Thursday to Bram Stoker, the “Father” of Dracula in one of his trademark ‘Doodles’. Human history’s most famous vampire has been recreated by the team of the Mountain View to celebrate the 165th anniversary of Stoker. The ‘Doodle’ recreates the characters and scenes characteristic of the novel.
Google continues to surprise users with one of his flashy ‘Doodles’. Thus, the company pays homage to great figures in the history of literature, cinema and music. This time, once again focuses on the literature, one of the authors who scored universal literature in Victorian times with one of his novels. This author Bram Stoker, creator of Dracula vampire.
The ‘doodle’ on Thursday collects the most characteristic scenes and characters of the play, starring Dracula. The gloomy and mysterious air of the scene is complemented with the Google logo in red.
Bram Stoker was born on November 8, 1847 in the residential area Clontarh, Dublin (Ireland). His poor health due to various diseases as a child forced him to study at home, while his mother was telling ghost stories and mysteries that would later influence his work.
His first stories of terror, as the crystal glass were published by the London Society and the play The Chain of Destiny in the journal Shamrock. However, his work was the most renowned Dracula of his literary career. According to experts, this is a fictional story based on the real character of Vlad Dracula Vlad the Son of the Demon / Dragon also called Vlad Tepes “the Impaler”.
Stoker was inspired by the actor Henry Irving and the composer Franz Liszt to fix the appearance of Count Dracula. It is said that the writer was based on conversations he had with a Hungarian scholar named Arminius Vámbéry and that this was who told him about Vlad Dracula.