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"[Mina] must go to your house, friend John. You must meet her at the station. Telegraph her en route so that she may be prepared.’"

Interesting to note that it was possible to send a telegram to someone who was on a train!

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"...a sweet-faced, dainty looking girl..."

That is the only physical description we ever get of Mina, sadly.

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"I had never seen [a phonograph], and was much interested."

Soon she may wish she had never seen one! By the end of her typewriting marathon at Seward's asylum, she probably knows almost as much about how to use a phonograph as Seward does.

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Blargh. Reposted the last comment in the right spot. :(

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And, in another DraculaBlog moment, I found myself singing the following ditty:
"Mon pays, ce n'est pas un pays, c'est l'enfer
"Mon chemin, ce n'est pas un chemin, c'est la mort.."

(To the tune of https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=G551bmF4AhA )

Winter is coming.

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