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Dracula Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

Seward is angry and bewildered by Van Helsing's theory. The professor has a plan he believes will prove he is right, though. They will spend the night in Lucy's tomb. Before they visit the tomb, they stop by a hospital to inspect one of the injured children. When they arrive at the tomb, Van Helsing uses a key he procured to open it and then proceeds to open Lucy's coffin. The coffin is empty. Seward, however, remains unconvinced that anything supernatural is occurring, and he presents various logical reasons to explain her body's disappearance.

Seward and Van Helsing assume hiding places in the churchyard to wait to see if indeed Lucy returns to her tomb. A few hours later, they spot a white figure heading for the tomb, and they move toward it. When Seward arrives in the place where they saw the figure, he finds Van...

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