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The Question and Answer section for Dracula is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
The newspaper article adds a sense of realism to the narrative. It blurs the fiction with a feeling of non-fiction: this draws the reader in and heightens the suspect.
Dracula sends 50 boxes of Transylvanian soil to his new residence in London, Carfax Abbey. He wants a home away from home. He moves some coffin homes around London to have safe havens for him while he is there.
Dramatic irony can be found in the fact that we, as readers, understand that Dracula traveled aboard the ship and was responsible for the mist, and the reason the captains was tied to the wheel holding a crucifix. The characters in the story do...