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A short note is located at the end of the final chapter written 7 years after the events outlined in the novel. At first enticed by Dracula’s gracious manners, Harker soon realizes that he is Dracula’s prisoner. After the preparations are made, Dracula leaves Transylvania and abandons Harker to the sisters. Harker barely escapes from the castle with his life.
Transylvanian soil, which he required in order to regain his strength. An animal resembling “a large dog” is seen leaping ashore. The ship’s cargo is described as silver sand and 50 boxes of “mould”, or earth, from Transylvania. It is later learned that Dracula successfully purchased multiple estates under the alias ‘Count De Ville’ throughout London and devised to distribute the 50 boxes to each of them utilizing transportation services as well as moving them himself. He does this to secure for himself “lairs” and the 50 boxes of earth would be used as his graves which would grant safety and rest during times of feeding and replenishing his strength. Lucy accepts Holmwood’s proposal while turning down Seward and Morris, but all remain friends.
Renfield is able to detect Dracula’s presence and supplies clues accordingly. Soon Dracula is indirectly shown to be stalking Lucy. As time passes she begins to suffer from episodes of sleepwalking and dementia, as witnessed by Mina. He refuses to disclose it but diagnoses her with acute blood-loss. Seward, Quincey, and Arthur all contribute over time. Westenra, who has a heart condition, dies of fright. Lucy’s mother removes the garlic from her room, or Lucy herself does so in her restless sleep.