He attempts to escape the castle, where he has become a hostage.
In the next part of the novel, the scene shifts to England and the friendship between Harker's fiancée, Mina Murray, and a young lady named Lucy.
Then they place holy wafers in several of the boxes of earth found on the Russian schooner, thereby rendering the coffins uninhabitable for vampires.
Meanwhile, Dracula has chosen Mina for his next victim and begins to turn her into a vampire.
In fact, Dracula has never gone out of print since its first publication.
Many critics regard the novel as the best-known and most enduring Gothic vampire story ever published.
Plot and Major Characters Dracula is an epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, and phonograph recordings.
In the first part of the novel, a young English solicitor, Jonathan Harker, is sent to Transylvania to counsel a wealthy client, Count Dracula.
Bram Stoker was born during this era and wrote his most famous novel, Dracula (Miller, E. One of the main discourses in this novel is that of Women and their Morality of the time.
Stoker uses 5 women in total to portray the Women discourse.