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The Question and Answer section for Dracula is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Seward's assistant Patrick Hennessey reports the latest news on Renfield. On seeing two men who are carrying boxes of earth to the Carfax estate, Renfield escapes and attacks them before he is subdued and brought back to the asylum. Renfield's...
Renfield represents a consumer of life. A madman in Seward's asylum, he is obsessed with consuming as much life as possible: he eats flies, spiders, and even birds while they are raw and live. Dracula makes Renfield his henchman, but when Renfield...
That would represent new blood and new life.