While he is staying in Castle Dracula, he keeps a diary. And every day he has more and more terrible things to write. Why does he see Count Dracula only at night? And who are the three beautiful women, with their red mouths and long sharp teeth, that come to his room at night?
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Share Print. Classics, modern fiction, non-fiction and more. In the mountains of Transylvania there stands a castle. It is the home of Count Dracula - a dark, lonely place, and at night the wolves howl around the walls. In the year Jonathan Harker comes from England to do business with the Count. But Jonathan does not feel comfortable at Castle Dracula.
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