Abraham Stoker - traducción al Inglés
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Abraham Stoker - traducción al Inglés

Abraham Stoker; Bram stoker; Biography abraham stoker; Abraham "Bram" Stoker; Stoker, Bram; Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912
  • Bram Stoker's former home featuring a commemorative plaque, [[Kildare Street]], Dublin
  • Bram Stoker Commemorative Plaque, [[Whitby]], England
  • The 1897 first edition cover of ''[[Dracula]]''
  • Urn which contains Stoker's ashes in [[Golders Green Crematorium]]
  • Slains Castle]], [[Cruden Bay]]. The early chapters of ''Dracula'' were written in Cruden Bay, and Slains Castle possibly provided visual inspiration for Bram Stoker during the writing phase.

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Abraham Stoker (1847-1912), escritor británico, autor de "Drácula"
  • ''Sacrificio de Isaac''. [[Laurent de La Hyre]], 1650.<ref>Obra preservada en el Museo de Bellas Artes de Nueva Orleans.</ref>
  •  Los tres ángeles que visitan a Abraham como prefiguración de la Trinidad. Teofanía en el encinar de Mambré, por [[Andréi Rubliov]]. [[Galería Tretiakov]], [[Moscú]].
  • Partida de Abraham, según József Molnár
  • Abraham y [[Sara]]
  • Templo]] y se encuentra hoy el [[Domo de la Roca]].
  • ''La caravana de Abraham''. Acuarela por Tissot, ''c''. 1900.
  • Abraham representado como Padre de Muchas Naciones y Padre de los Creyentes. Capitel románico. [[Museo de Unterlinden]], [[Colmar]].
  • Ruinas de la ciudad de [[Ur]], con el [[Zigurat]] caldeo restaurado al fondo.<ref>Imagen tomada en las afueras de Nassiriyah.</ref>
Abrahán; Abrahan; Abrám; Abrahám; Abram; Abrán; Abrahámico
n. Abraham, first of the Old Testament patriarchs, father of Isaac, father of the Hebrew people (Biblical); male first name
  • Abraham's Gate, Tel Dan, Israel]]
  • 1699}} ([[Rhode Island School of Design Museum]], Rhode Island)
  • ''Abraham, [[Sarah]] and [[Hagar]]'', Bible illustration from 1897
  • 16th-century plaster cast of a late-Roman-era [[Sacrifice of Isaac]]. The hand of God originally came down to restrain Abraham's knife (both are now missing).
  • 1464}}–1467
  • József Molnár]], 1850 ([[Hungarian National Gallery]], Budapest)
  • [[Abraham's well]] at [[Beersheba]], Israel
  • ''The Angel Hinders the Offering of Isaac'', by [[Rembrandt]], 1635 ([[Hermitage Museum]], Saint Petersburg)
  • The vision of the Lord directing Abraham to count the stars, woodcut by [[Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld]] from a 1860 ''Bible in Pictures'' edition
  • 1896–1902}}
  • 1896–1902}}
  • Jewish Museum]], New York)
  • Jewish Museum]], New York)
  • ''Abraham and Lot separate. Gen: 13.7 &.<sup>c</sup>'', [[etching]] by [[Wenceslaus Hollar]], 17th century ([[Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library]], Toronto)
  • Abraham in paradise, [[Gračanica Monastery]], [[Serbia]]
Abram; Abiraham; Abhraham; Avrohom; Abhram; Plains of Isaac; אַבְרָהָם; Abraham (Hebrew Bible); Abraham and Sarah; Abraham/Proposed Chronology Edits; Avram; Seed of Abraham; Patriarch Abraham; Avraham; Ibraaheem; İbrahim; إبراهيم; ’Abhrāhām; Ibulaxin; Prophet Abraham; Ten tests of Abraham; Walk before me


Abraham V. "seno de Abraham".


Bram Stoker

Abraham Stoker (8 November 1847 – 20 April 1912) was an Irish author who is celebrated for his 1897 Gothic horror novel Dracula. During his lifetime, he was better known as the personal assistant of actor Sir Henry Irving and business manager of the Lyceum Theatre, which Irving owned. In his early years, Stoker worked as a theatre critic for an Irish newspaper, and wrote stories as well as commentaries. He also enjoyed travelling, particularly to Cruden Bay where he set two of his novels. During another visit to the English coastal town of Whitby, Stoker drew inspiration for writing Dracula. He died on 20 April 1912 due to locomotor ataxia and was cremated in north London. Since his death, his magnum opus Dracula has become one of the most well-known works in English literature, and the novel has been adapted for numerous films, short stories, and plays.