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Bram Stoker's Dracula

Posted by Bruce Kahl on May 17, 2000

In Reply to: Neither chick nor child posted by Susan on May 16, 2000

Everything I saw seems to point to Dracula.

CHAPTER 12
DR. SEWARD'S DIARY
LETTER FROM MINA HARKER TO LUCY

" My dears, I want to drink your health and prosperity, and may every blessing attend you both. I know you both from children, and have, with love and pride, seen you grow up. Now I want you to make your home here with me. I have left to me neither chick nor child.All are gone, and in my will I have left you everything.' I cried, Lucy dear, as Jonathan and the old man clasped hands. Our evening was a very, very happy one.