1. What was the West's view of Eastern Europe at the time Dracula was written?
The West viewed Eastern Europe as simple, backward, and superstitious at the time Dracula was written.
2. What is Harker's first impression of Count Dracula's coach driver?
Harker's first impression of Dracula's coach driver is that he is very strange and ominous.
3. How does Harker react to the innkeeper's wife's gift for protection when she learns he is on a journey to see Count Dracula?
Harker reacts to the innkeeper's wife's gift of a crucifix to protect him (when she learns he is on a journey to see Count Dracula) by viewing the gift itself as silly and superstitious.
4. What extraordinary power does Count Dracula's driver seem to have?
Count Dracula's driver seems to have the extraordinary power of having command over animals.
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