Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irvingwas Bram Stoker's third book of nonfiction. The book is a biography of the English stage actor Henry Irving (February 6, 1838 – October 13, 1905). It was first published in the UK as a two-volume set in October 1906 by Heinemann, London. It was first published in the US as a two-volume set in October 1906 by Macmillan Company, New York. In October 1907 it was re-released by Heinemann as a single volume "Revised and Cheaper Edition". Both of the UK editions were hardcover books with red cloth covers. The 1906 edition was stamped in gold while the 1907 edition was stamped in black. A photograph of the book's cover is available here.
Short story publication
Three very short stories from this book have been expanded, given given new titles and republished as a collection under the name "Midnight Tales". In 1990 they appeared in the short story collection Midnight Tales, Peter Owen Publishers, London.
This book is available as a: It can also be purchased online as a: Early publication notice
Daily Mail, London, December 1, 1906