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There is a dramatic shift in the narrative in chapter five. We suddenly start hearing multiple narrators. Each person who writes will be an important character in the story, so remember who is who. Their writing helps to develop their characters!

We hear from women for the first time in the story. How does Stoker define their roles in society and relationships here? Do they accept those roles or push against them?

Whitby is a city on the northeast coast of England (in Yorkshire). A lot of chapter 6 takes place here. Why is it dangerous for Lucy to sleepwalk? (PS. if you don’t understand every word of Mr. Swales, that’s okay! Just try to get the general idea!)

Dr. Seward seems very preoccupied with his latest patient in this chapter. Why is Renfield important in this part of the story?