Dracula - Chapters 9 - 10 Summary & Analysis

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On August 24, Mina writes to Lucy from Budapest that Jonathan is stable but still ill. Neither he nor Sister Agatha will say what happened to him. Jonathan claims not to remember, and Mina is happy to believe him. Jonathan gives her his journal, telling her she can read it, but he would prefer they both remain ignorant of its contents. Mina arranges a simple wedding. As a gift to Jonathan, she wraps up the diary and promises to keep his trust and never read it. Lucy writes to Mina on August 30, claiming her health is better; she does not sleepwalk or have nightmares anymore. Arthur visits her and they plan their wedding for September 28.

The chapter continues in Seward’s diary, from August 20. Renfield is violent during the day but calm from dusk until dawn, and Seward wonders what is influencing him. He gives Renfield another chance...

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