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Dracula

window, and crossing over, sat down on his bed. All this surprised me, so I asked
him, "Are you going to keep flies any more?"
"No," said he. "I am sick of all that rubbish!" He certainly is a wonderfully
interesting study. I wish I could get some glimpse of his mind or of the cause of
his sudden passion. Stop. There may be a clue after all, if we can find why today
his paroxysms came on at high noon and at sunset. Can it be that there is a
malign influence of the sun at periods which affects certain natures, as at times
the moon does others? We shall see.
TELEGRAM. SEWARD, LONDON, TO VAN HELSING, AMSTERDAM
"4 September.--Patient still better today."
TELEGRAM, SEWARD, LONDON, TO VAN HELSING, AMSTERDAM
"5 September.--Patient greatly improved. Good appetite, sleeps naturally, good
spirits, color coming back."
TELEGRAM, SEWARD, LONDON, TO VAN HELSING, AMSTERDAM
"6 September.--Terrible change for the worse. Come at once. Do not lose an
hour. I hold over telegram to Holmwood till have seen you."
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