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Dracula Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary

Harker is on the trail of the missing twenty-one wooden boxes. Through many twists and turns, he finally learns that Dracula has purchased yet another house, this one in Piccadilly. When he returns to the asylum, the group discusses how to gain entrance to the house, and they decide that burglary is too risky. They must somehow procure a house key to avoid attracting any suspicion and prevent possible arrest.

Seward remains puzzled by Renfield's constantly changing moods and behaviors. One day the patient eats flies and spiders and the next day he renounces them. One day he is calm, and the next day he is violent. Seward tries to draw him out by discussing God and the soul and other topics that might relate to an association with Dracula. From their talk, Seward concludes that Renfield seems to possess some assurance "that he will acquire...

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