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The captain’s account of the ship’s voyage is haunting. Are his rationalizations of what is going on throughout his account believable?

Mina begins to log Lucy’s illness. What seems to influence when Lucy feels ill or when she seems better?

We glimpse back to Seward and Renfield again: Renfield escapes and goes to meet his master. How does he know that his master is there? How does this affect him?

Okay, time to take stock: by the end of chapter 8, what powers have we seen Dracula use?