Dracula - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Count Dracula welcomes Jonathan Harker into the castle. He is formal and courteous, taking his guest to his room and offering him dinner. Harker hands Dracula a letter from his employer, Mr. Hawkins, who has sent the young man in his place to carry out the Count's business transactions in preparation of a move to London. After dinner, Harker has a chance to study the Count's appearance, which is remarkable for its "cruel-looking mouth," "sharp white teeth" and "extraordinary pallor." When the Count comes near and touches Harker, the latter is overcome with nausea.

The following day, with the Count away from the Castle, Harker explores his suite of rooms, including a library. He sees no sign of any servants, and yet his food is laid out for him. When the Count returns, he requests that Harker tell him about England...

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