1 I dreaded the words that Renfield might speak.
2 With regard to patient, Renfield, there is more to say.
3 In the afternoon Mr. Renfield asked if he might see me.
4 Renfield had become, to all intents, as sane as he ever was.
5 We were, I think, all a little upset by the scene with Mr. Renfield.
6 Renfield artfully waited until the attendant was entering the room to inspect.
7 For half an hour or more Renfield kept getting excited in greater and greater degree.
8 I found Renfield sitting placidly in his room with his hands folded, smiling benignly.
9 When he saw Renfield on the ground, he looked keenly at him a moment, and then turned to me.
10 I shall try to see the carter who took away the boxes from Carfax when Renfield attacked them.
11 He grew very grave; and, after thinking the matter over for a while asked me to take him to Renfield.
12 The attendant came bursting into my room and told me that Renfield had somehow met with some accident.
13 There was also another reason: Renfield might not speak so freely before a third person as when he and I were alone.
14 When Dr. Van Helsing and Dr. Seward had come back from seeing poor Renfield, we went gravely into what was to be done.
15 He thinks that in the meantime I should see Renfield, as hitherto he has been a sort of index to the coming and going of the Count.
16 First, Dr. Seward told us that when he and Dr. Van Helsing had gone down to the room below they had found Renfield lying on the floor, all in a heap.
17 I had lain tossing about, and had heard the clock strike only twice, when the night-watchman came to me, sent up from the ward, to say that Renfield had escaped.