Dracula - Study Guide Chapters 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

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Lucy makes a brief journal entry on September 12, noting her gratitude to Van Helsing and Seward and the comfort she takes in the garlic. Seward’s journal continues the narrative, as he and Van Helsing arrive the next morning, only to find that Lucy’s mother removed Lucy’s garlic necklace as she slept and opened the windows. Seward performs a transfusion using Van Helsing’s blood. Van Helsing decides to stay at the house for the duration.

Lucy writes again in her journal on September 17, expressing her joy at four good nights’ sleep. The narrative continues with an article from the Pallmall Gazette, in which a reporter interviews Thomas Bilder, an animal keeper at the Zoological Gardens, about an escaped wolf. The wolf, Bersicker, has never misbehaved but the previous day Bersicker tried to get free. A man watched him (readers will recognize it as Dracula...

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