13. Describe the encounter between Renfield and Dracula when the Count returns to the asylum.
When the Count returns to the asylum, Renfield tries to grab tight of the mist, and Dracula transforms into a human again. His eyes burned straight through Renfield, and flung him to the ground. Dracula caused Renfield’s wounds. (pg. 386)
14. Describe the scene Van Helsing, Dr. Seward, Lord Godalming, and Quincey Morris witness after breaking down the door to the Harkers' bedroom.
When Van Helsing, Dr. Seward, Lord Godalming, and Quincey Morris break down the Harkers’ bedroom door they see a tall, thin man, dressed in black bending over the body of Mina Harker. Mina’s nightdress is drenched with blood, and blood is trickling down the Count’s face. (pg. 387-388)
15. Upon escaping, what does the Count do with the typed manuscript and phonograph diary entries?
Upon escaping, the Count had burned the manuscript and the phonograph diary entries were thrown into the fire. (pg. 392)
16. Recount Mina’s description of her encounter with Dracula.
Mina’s encounter with Dracula began with her thinking of horrible fantasies. Then, a thin white mist appeared in the room which she had noticed before. As if the mist had taken a man’s form, Count Dracula stood beside the bed. When Mina turned to wake Jonathan, Dracula threatened to ‘dash his brains out before your eyes.’ He proceeded to suck her blood, and even forced Mina to drink some of his blood. (pg. 394-396)