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Dracula Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

When Professor Abraham Van Helsing arrives at Lucy's he is shocked by how gaunt and pale she is. He takes Seward aside and tells him that she must receive a blood transfusion immediately or else she will die. Arthur appears just then, and upon learning of the situation, he offers to give blood for Lucy. Van Helsing performs the transfusion, which seems to help Lucy somewhat. Seward and Van Helsing examine the two small puncture marks over Lucy's jugular vein. Neither has an explanation. Van Helsing says he must return home to Amsterdam to gather some books and other items. Meanwhile, Seward sits up two nights to watch over Lucy as she sleeps.

The following morning, Van Helsing returns to find Seward asleep. Together they return to Lucy's room and are appalled to find her more pale and gaunt than ever. Another transfusion is necessary. This time...

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