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“‘They think I could hurt you! Fancy me hurting you! The fools!’ [Renfield to Seward]
“It was soothing, somehow, to the feelings to find myself dissociated even in the mind of this poor madman from the others…”

Seward is absurdly class-conscious; in his journal for the previous day, he considers himself an eagle among (working-class) sparrows.

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