The Primrose Pathis a novella by Bram Stoker. This novella is a moralistic tale about the evils of drinking. It was first published in early 1875 as a serial in The Shamrock, Irish National Newspaper and Publishing Co., Dublin, a weekly newspaper that specialized in literature and the arts. It appeared in five consecutive issues with the first installment appearing on Saturday, February 6, 1875 and the last on Saturday, March 6, 1875. The novella was accompanied by five unsigned illustrations that depicted scenes from the story.
The Shamrock (periodical)
The Shamrock, Dublin, February 6, 1875
The Primrose Path was first published in book form in 1999 (along with Stoker's short story "Buried Treasures") by Desert Island Books, Essex. The books itself is a 128 page hardcover with a black cloth cover stamped on the spine in gold. It was released with a blue dust cover that included the front page illustrations from the February 6, 1875 issue of The Shamrock.
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