Dracula - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Mina writes to Lucy about her arrival in Budapest. She will accompany Harker back home to England. He tells her that he has had a great shock that has left him doubting his sanity. He gives Mina his journal, which chronicles his experiences at Dracula's castle, and says she may read it someday if and when she deems it necessary. They marry before they return to England. Lucy writes back that she and Arthur Holmwood will be married in about a month. She is sleeping poorly. A sense of darkness and fear oppresses her. She has nightmares and wakes feeling weak. Her mother is also ill with a bad heart.

Worried about his fiancye's health, Arthur asks his doctor friend Jack Seward to look in on Lucy. Arthur himself must leave to visit his father, who is dying. Seward writes to tell him that Lucy is weak...

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