Excerpt from "Dracula"
had been mistaken. This time there oould be no error, for the man was close to me and I oould see him over my shoulder. But there was no reflection of him in the mirror! .... I laid down the razor, turning as I did so half round to look for some sticking plaster. When the Count saw my f aoe his eyes blazed with a sort of demoniac fury, and he suddenly made a grab at my throat. I drew away, and hia hand touched the string of beads whioh held the cruoifix. It made an instant ohange in him, foe the fury passed so quiokly that I could hardly believe it was ever there. 44 Dracula." By Bram Stoker.