Dracula - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Mina journeys north to visit her friend Lucy in Whitby, Yorkshire. Together, they take frequent walks, their favorite spot being a seat with a high vantage point that overlooks the harbor. Here they encounter a strange old man, Mr. Swales, whose speech is heavy with the region's dialect. He is full of odd and somewhat unsettling tales of the sea and local lore. Mina has heard nothing from Harker for some time, and she is beginning to grow anxious. At last, she hears from his employer, Mr. Hawkins, who forwards a letter from Harker, written from Count Dracula's castle. One day as Mina is sitting with Mr. Swales, he becomes preoccupied with an unusual Russian ship sailing into the harbor.

Seward is becoming more and more engrossed in his patient, Renfield. One of the patient's habits is eating living things such as flies, spiders and even small...

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