Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Google Doodle: for Dracular Creator Bram Stoker

It's just after Halloween and Google have another doodle out to celebrate the birthday of non other that, Bram Stoker the creator of Dracula. Bram Stoker is an Irish novelist best known for his 1897 Gothic novel Dracula. This after the animated Halloween doodle from Google. Those of you who are fans of the Dracula novels and movies are familiar with the color red -- Google is spelled in red; symbolizing blood , the favorite food of Dracula. There is also the path leading to his castle, the crescent moon and a bat flying in the night-sky. This to complete the Gothic representation of all this is Dracula.

Google's doodle to celebrate Dracula's creator Bram Stoker We are not too sure where the inspiration for Dracula came from, whether it was Vlad the Impaler, the 15th-century Transylvanian-born prince also known as Vlad III Dracula of Wallachia or Irish references to Dracula. Historians believe that it was Irish references to Dracula the Stoker used in his novels. Whatever be the case one thing is certain that he has thrilled generations with his creation of Dracula.Today November 8 in 1847 was the day he was born and Google have done a fantastic tribute to the writer with their Doodle. Anyone visiting Google today will be met with the eerie doodle.

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