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Towards morning I slept and was wakened by the continuous knocking at my door, so I guess I must have been sleeping soundly then.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER I   Context
It all seemed like a horrible nightmare to me, and I expected that I should suddenly awake, and find myself at home, with the dawn struggling in through the windows, as I had now and again felt in the morning after a day of overwork.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER II   Context
When the sun grew so high this morning that it struck the top of the great gateway opposite my window, the high spot which it touched seemed to me as if the dove from the ark had lighted there.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER IV   Context
Billington, of 7, The Crescent, who this morning went aboard and formally took possession of the goods consigned to him.
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Dracula, CHAPTER VII   Context
Early in the morning we both got up and went down to the harbour to see if anything had happened in the night.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER VII   Context
The adventure of the night does not seem to have harmed her; on the contrary, it has benefited her, for she looks better this morning than she has done for weeks.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER VIII   Context
I am to leave in the morning and go over to Jonathan, and to help to nurse him if necessary, and to bring him home.
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Dracula, CHAPTER VIII   Context
In the early morning her maid came, and I left her in her care and took myself back home, for I was anxious about many things.
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Dracula, CHAPTER X   Context
It is as if I had passed through some long nightmare, and had just awakened to see the beautiful sunshine and feel the fresh air of the morning around me.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XI   Context
I answered as quickly and coherently as I could that I had only got his telegram early in the morning, and had not lost a minute in coming here, and that I could not make any one in the house hear me.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XII   Context
Perhaps it was reading the journal yesterday that upset me, and then Jonathan went away this morning to stay away from me a whole day and night, the first time we have been parted since our marriage.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XIV   Context
I had got him the morning papers and the London papers of the previous night, and while we were talking at the carriage window, waiting for the train to start, he was turning them over.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XIV   Context
We knew then that we were safe till morning did we desire it; but the Professor told me that we should not want more than an hour at most.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XV   Context
I told the messenger to say that I would attend to his wishes in the morning; I was busy just at the moment.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XVIII   Context
So I contented myself with making a general statement that he appeared to be improving very rapidly; that I would have a longer chat with him in the morning, and would then see what I could do in the direction of meeting his wishes.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XVIII   Context
This morning I slept late after the fatigues of yesterday, and though Jonathan was late too, he was the earlier.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XIX   Context
I was not then a bit sleepy, at least so I thought; but I must have fallen asleep, for, except dreams, I do not remember anything until the morning, when Jonathan woke me.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XIX   Context
This morning, when I went to see him after his repulse of Van Helsing, his manner was that of a man commanding destiny.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XX   Context
This morning the man on duty reported to me that a little after midnight he was restless and kept saying his prayers somewhat loudly.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XX   Context
Harker was still and quiet; but over his face, as the awful narrative went on, came a grey look which deepened and deepened in the morning light, till when the first red streak of the coming dawn shot up, the flesh stood darkly out against the whitening hair.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXI   Context
She should therefore arrive some time in the morning; but as she cannot possibly get in before then, we are all about to retire early.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXV   Context
You, friend Arthur, go to the train and get the tickets and arrange that all be ready for us to go in the morning.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXV   Context
I am a new man this morning; and, as I sit here and watch him sleeping, I can do all that is necessary both as to minding the engine, steering, and keeping watch.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXVI   Context
I have given orders to the night attendant merely to shut him in the padded room, when once he is quiet, until an hour before sunrise.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER IX   Context
I shall be at hand all the night from sunset till after the sunrise, and if there be aught that may be learned I shall learn it.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XV   Context
If he be not at the place whither he is bound, he can only change himself at noon or at exact sunrise or sunset.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XVIII   Context
We must sterilise all the imported earth between sunrise and sunset; we shall thus catch the Count at his weakest, and without a refuge to fly to.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XX   Context
Our best hope is to come on him when in the box between sunrise and sunset; for then he can make no struggle, and we may deal with him as we should.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXIV   Context
We have of late come to understand that sunrise and sunset are to her times of peculiar freedom; when her old self can be manifest without any controlling force subduing or restraining her, or inciting her to action.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXV   Context
This mood or condition begins some half hour or more before actual sunrise or sunset, and lasts till either the sun is high, or whilst the clouds are still aglow with the rays streaming above the horizon.
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Dracula, CHAPTER XXV   Context
Before sunrise and sunset, however, she is very wakeful and alert; and it has become a habit for Van Helsing to hypnotise her at such times.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXV   Context
If, then, we can come on board after sunrise, he is at our mercy; for we can open the box and make sure of him, as we did of poor Lucy, before he wakes.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXV   Context
We have only to make sure that the ship cannot come into port between sunset and sunrise without our being warned, and we shall be safe.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXV   Context
The hypnotic stage was even longer in coming than before; and when it came the time remaining until full sunrise was so short that we began to despair.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXVI   Context
The proof of this, is the letter of instructions sent to Immanuel Hildesheim to clear and take away the box before sunrise.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXVI   Context
When the box was on land, before sunrise or after sunset, he came out from his box, met Skinsky and instructed him what to do as to arranging the carriage of the box up some river.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXVI   Context
We had of late been so accustomed to watch for sunrise and sunset, that we knew with fair accuracy when it would be; and we knew that before long the sun would set.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXVII   Context
It all seemed like a horrible nightmare to me, and I expected that I should suddenly awake, and find myself at home, with the dawn struggling in through the windows, as I had now and again felt in the morning after a day of overwork.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER II   Context
We were both silent for a while; and as I looked towards the window I saw the first dim streak of the coming dawn.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER II   Context
I was not sleepy, as the long sleep yesterday had fortified me; but I could not help experiencing that chill which comes over one at the coming of the dawn, which is like, in its way, the turn of the tide.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER II   Context
They say that people who are near death die generally at the change to the dawn or at the turn of the tide; any one who has when tired, and tied as it were to his post, experienced this change in the atmosphere can well believe it.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER II   Context
I slept till just before the dawn, and when I woke threw myself on my knees, for I determined that if Death came he should find me ready.
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Dracula, CHAPTER IV   Context
The attendant tells me that he was quiet until just before dawn, and that then he began to get uneasy, and at length violent, until at last he fell into a paroxysm which exhausted him so that he swooned into a sort of coma.
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Dracula, CHAPTER IX   Context
Harker was still and quiet; but over his face, as the awful narrative went on, came a grey look which deepened and deepened in the morning light, till when the first red streak of the coming dawn shot up, the flesh stood darkly out against the whitening hair.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXI   Context
This time we had all had a good sleep, for the grey of the coming dawn was making the windows into sharp oblongs, and the gas flame was like a speck rather than a disc of light.
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Dracula, CHAPTER XXIII   Context
At the first coming of the dawn the horrid figures melted in the whirling mist and snow; the wreaths of transparent gloom moved away towards the castle, and were lost.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXVII   Context
Instinctively, with the dawn coming, I turned to Madam Mina, intending to hypnotise her; but she lay in a deep and sudden sleep, from which I could not wake her.
Bram Stoker
Dracula, CHAPTER XXVII   Context
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