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Dracula - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Lucy's mother removes the garlic from her daughter's room, and as a result, Seward and Van Helsing discover Lucy once again near death. This time, Van Helsing provides his blood for the transfusion, which manages to revive Lucy again.

The local newspaper reports on an escaped gray wolf from the local zoo. Meanwhile, Renfield escapes and attacks Seward with a knife, wounding him. Attendants subdue Renfield, and Seward manages to get a rare night of sleep. Unfortunately, a telegram that Van Helsing sent to him goes awry and doesn't reach Seward until a day later. The telegram was an urgent request for Seward to guard over Lucy that night. Indeed, the night proves disastrous.

Lucy's mother sleeps next to her out of concern for her daughter's well being. In the middle of the night, a gray wolf crashes through the window into Lucy's room. Lucy notices some...

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