Dracula - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Harker decides he must try to get Dracula to talk so that he might understand him and his motives. He must be careful and not let on that he is frightened. At night, the Count talks at length about Transylvania's history and his family's part in it. He is also curious about English laws. Dracula tells Harker to write Mr. Hawkins and tell him that Harker will stay another month in Transylvania. Harker has no choice but to agree. Dracula gives Harker some sheets of paper to write letters. Harker writes letters to his colleagues in England and also, secretly, a letter in shorthand to his fiancye, Mina.

Later as Harker is looking out a window, he witnesses a bizarre and disturbing sight. The Count emerges from a window below and crawls down the face of the castle wall, lizard-like, his cape over him like giant wings...

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