Dracula - Study Guide Chapters 3 - 4 Summary & Analysis

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Jonathan feels like a prisoner, which makes him feel crazy. He realizes there are no servants in the castle, and that Dracula was the driver who controlled the wolves. The crucifix that Jonathan disparaged now comforts him. He asks the Count about his ancestral and national history. Dracula is a Boyar descended from Attila the Hun and a long line of warriors who have defended their native land. A few days later, Dracula asks Jonathan legal questions about working with several solicitors. It seems that he doesn’t want any one person to know all of his business.

Dracula encourages Jonathan to write to inform his employer, Peter Hawkins, that Jonathan will be in Transylvania another month. Jonathan notices Dracula’s mail addressed to businessmen in England, Varna, and Budapest. Dracula warns Jonathan not to fall asleep in any room but his own or he will have...

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