HARKER: "Dear Harker, I feel that we can not know. Eat well, feelcomfortable. Dracula. "
HARKER: Sorry. Not hear inside. My name is Jonathan Harker. I am the new librarian.
WOMAN: You help me, right? Say you, please.
HARKER: How I can help?
WOMAN: Take me away from here.
HARKER: But why?
WOMAN: The prisoner has of me.
HARKER: Who? Count Dracula?? Sorry, but I do not understand.
WOMAN: Oh, please! Please help me to escape.
WOMAN OUT - GET DRACULADRACULA: Mr. Harker.
HARKER: Count Dracula? . I'm glad you arrived safely.
DRACULA: I am Dracula. And my house is bienvenidoen. I must apologize for not being here to greet you personally, but I hope you have found everything I needed.
HARKER: Thank you, sir.
DRACULA: It was the least I could do after such a trip.
HARKER: Yes, it is a long trip.
DRACULA: And tired to you, no doubt. Let me showyou your room.
HARKER: (picking up the suitcase) thanks, sir.
DRACULA: Please allow me. Unfortunately, my housekeeper is not for now. A loss of the family, you understand.
HARKER: Yes, of course.
DRACULA: However, I think you will find that everything has been prepared for your convenience.
HARKER: When I can start work, sir?
DRACULA: As soon as you want. There are a large number of volumesthat need to be indexed.
DRACULA HARKER AND ENTER THE FOURTH
DRACULA: Need something more Mr. Harker?
HARKER: No, I think not. It was nice.
DRACULA: On the contrary, it is entirely my privilege. I consider myself lucky to have found such a distinguished scholar to be my librarian.
HARKER: I like the silence and withdrawal. This home offers this.
DRACULA: Then we're both satisfied. An admirablearrangement. But there's just one more thing, Mr. Harker. I have to leave and not return until after sunset. But, until then your house is my house. Good night, Mr. Harker.
HARKER: Good evening, sir.
DRACULA: As I will be away for so long, I think it is best that you should have a key to the library, Mr. Harker.
HARKER: Thank you.
DRACULA:You will find the library to the left of the hallway.
HARKER: Yes, certainly.
DRACULA: his wife?
HARKER: No, my fiancee.
DRACULA: You are a very lucky man, Mr. Harker. Could you tell me your name?
HARKER: Lucy ... Lucy Holmwood.
DRACULA: charming, very charming.
HARKER: You are very kind
DRACULA: Good evening. Sleep well, Mr. Harker.
Dracula comes in the door making sure
HARKER: (writein journal): I finally met the Count Dracula. He accepts me as a man who has agreed to work with his books ... as I thought. Now only will await daylight hours with the help of God, I will end forever the reign of terror of this man.
Harker enters the room
WOMAN: (appearing from behind door) Mr. Harker, will you help me?
HARKER: If there is possibility. But, tell me, why is Count Dracula'sprisoner?
WOMAN: I can not say that.
HARKER: But if I want help, I know.
WOMAN: I'm sorry. It is not possible.
HARKER: You are making this very difficult for me. After all, I am a guest here. If you want help, I have a reason.
WOMAN: A right! You ask for a reason! There is sufficient reason he mantieneprisionera me in this house, and I stopped Against my will? You have no idea what is evil man...