Summary and Analysis Part 4: The Standover Man: The Sleeper

Summary

Max sleeps for three days. Liesel watches and notices he has nightmares like she does. When he wakes, he grabs her arm.


Analysis

This chapter stages the official meeting between Max and Liesel. Liesel already sees some of herself in him, the way they both have nightmares. The chapter's title, too, suggests some type of an awakening or call to action that is yet to come, a sort of calmness before the rest of the world intrudes.

Pop Quiz!

After Liesel steals a book from the bonfire, what does the burning book against Liesel's chest symbolize?

Q&A

Why didn't Mina Harker realize she was under Dracula's spell when she witnessed her friend fall prey to him, too? Wasn't it obvious?

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