Dracula - Chapters 23 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 begins with Seward’s diary, as he, Van Helsing, and Jonathan receive a telegram from Mina who saw Dracula leave Carfax, heading south. They assume he is checking his other houses. Arthur and Quincey return, having destroyed the boxes. They prepare themselves to face Dracula, who arrives soon after. The fight is minimal. Jonathan manages to cut through Dracula’s robe, spilling documents and money. Dracula scoops up some money and throws himself through a window, threatening the men before disappearing into a stable in the back. Van Helsing senses fear in Dracula’s words, and wonders why he took the money.

Mina bravely remains cheerful as they fill her in on what transpired at the Piccadilly house. She reminds them that though they work to destroy Dracula, they should not do it out of hatred, but with compassion. Their work is to save Dracula’s...

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