How much of Dracula’s family history is really his family history, and how much is his personal history?
The scene at the end of chapter three is one of the most famous from the story. What does it tell us about other vampires? What does it tell us about Dracula?
Harker is finally able to piece together all of Dracula’s plans. Does he get them right? What does he leave out or get wrong? Pay attention to these kinds of questions as you keep reading. Remember the Neil Gaiman quote, none of the narrators have all of the facts, so we have to work with what they give us.
How is the end of chapter 4 enhanced because we are reading Harker’s journal?