What mood does the narrator create through his description of the country people, including the women?
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The mood is filled with ominous thoughts and superstition. Harker's journal entries provide detailed descriptions of peasants he sees and dishes he eats. He notes the quaint superstitions of the Eastern Europeans, and subsumes all he observes to a framework of science and reason. Although he has ominous dreams at the hotel, he blames the nightmares on his dinner of the evening before.