what might renfield represent

chapter 12-14

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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 betrays the vampire, Dracula kills him.