When he turns around with blood on his chin from the cut, he says that Draculas eyes blazed and he suddenly lunges toward Harkers throat. But Dracula stops himself in time, and then blames it on the mirror, and tosses it out the window.
What happens to Jonathan Harker at the end of Dracula?
The novel ends with a final battle in which the men seize Count Draculas coffin. Harker cuts Draculas head off while Morris stabs him in the heart. Draculas body crumbles into dust, signaling that he is finally defeated, and that Mina is no longer in danger.
When Dracula sees Harker bleeding What does he do?
Then two unexplainable, horrible things occur. Harker realizes that, first, there is no reflection of Count Dracula in the shaving mirror; and second, when the Count sees Harkers fresh blood trickling from his chin, his eyes blaze up with a sudden demoniac fury, and he lunges for Harkers throat.
What does Dracula warn Harker about?
He warns Harker not to wander around the castle or to fall asleep anywhere other than in his own room. Harker writes it all down in his journal after the Count leaves, and then hangs his crucifix over the head of his bed to keep bad dreams away. Everything about the castle and the Count creeps him out.