Dracula by Bram Stoker

7 May.--

It is again early morning, but I have rested and enjoyed the last twenty-four hours.  I slept till late in the day, and awoke of my own accord.  Wh...

Jonathan Harker's Journal Continued 5 May.--

  I must have been asleep, for certainly if I had been fully awake I must have noticed the approach of such a remarkable place. In the gloom the co...

CHAPTER 2

5 May. The Castle.--

The gray of the morning has passed, and the sun is high over the distant horizon, which seems jagged, whether with trees or hills I know not, for i...

4 May--

I found that my landlord had got a letter from the Count, directing him to secure the best place on the coach for me; but on making inquiries as to...

3 May. Bistritz.--

Jonathan Harker's Journal 3 May.  Bistritz.-- Left Munich at 8:35 P.M., on 1st May, arriving at Vienna early next morning; should have arrived at 6...

CHAPTER 1

 

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