Dracula by Bram Stoker

15 August.--

Rose later than usual.  Lucy was languid and tired, and slept on after we had been called.  We had a happy surprise at breakfast. Arthur's father ...

14 August.--

On the East Cliff, reading and writing all day. Lucy seems to have become as much in love with the spot as I am, and it is hard to get her away fr...

13 August.--

Another quiet day, and to bed with the key on my wrist as before.  Again I awoke in the night, and found Lucy sitting up in bed, still asleep, poi...

12 August.--

My expectations were wrong, for twice during the night I was wakened by Lucy trying to get out.  She seemed, even in her sleep, to be a little imp...

Same day, night.--

We passed a happy day.  The air was clear, and the sun bright, and there was a cool breeze.  We took our lunch to Mulgrave Woods, Mrs. Westenra dr...

Same day, noon.--

All goes well.  Lucy slept till I woke her and seemed not to have even changed her side.  The adventure of the night does not seem to have harmed ...

11 August.--

  Diary again.  No sleep now, so I may as well write. I am too agitated to sleep.  We have had such an adventure, such an agonizing experience.  I ...

MINA MURRAY'S JOURNAL

  Same day, 11 o'clock P.M.-- Oh, but I am tired!  If it were not that I had made my diary a duty I should not open it tonight. We had a lovely wa...

CHAPTER 8

10 August.--

The funeral of the poor sea captain today was most touching. Every boat in the harbour seemed to be there, and the coffin was carried by captains...

MINA MURRAY'S JOURNAL

    8 August.-- Lucy was very restless all night, and I too, could not sleep.  The storm was fearful, and as it boomed loudly among the chimney po...

Later.--

    By the kindness of the Board of Trade inspector, I have been permitted to look over the log book of the Demeter, which was in order up to with...