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  • Do you know what it means to be loved by Death?... Do you know what it means to have Death know your name?
    (Anne Rice, "Interview With the Vampire")

  • My last sunrise. That morning, I was not yet a vampire. And I saw my last sunrise. I remember it completely; yet I do not think I remember any other sunrise before it.
    (Anne Rice, "Interview With the Vampire")

  • Sometimes fear is a warning. It's like someone putting a hand on your shoulder and saying Go No Farther.
    (Anne Rice, "Memnoch the Devil")

  • I was the vampire Lestat again. I was back in action. New Orleans was once again my hunting ground.
    (Anne Rice, "The Vampire Lestat")

  • Don't be a fool for the Devil, darling.
    (Anne Rice, "Interview With the Vampire")


  • Something in me was responding now as the audience responded, not in fear, but in some human way, to the magic of that fragile painted set, the mystery of the lighted world there.
    (Anne Rice, "Interview With the Vampire")

  • The atheism and nihilism of my earlier years now seems shallow, and even a bit cocky.
    (Anne Rice, "Memnoch the Devil")

  • I'm Gentleman Death in silk and lace, come to put out the candles. The canker in the heart of the rose.
    (Anne Rice, "The Vampire Lestat")

  • Don't you see? I'm not the spirit of any age. I'm at odds with everything and always have been! I have never belonged anywhere with anyone at any time!
    (Anne Rice, "Interview With the Vampire")

  • That is the crowning evil, that we can even go so far as to love each other, you and I. And who else would show us a particle of love, a particle of compassion or mercy? Who else, knowing us as we know each other, could do anything but destroy us? Yet we can love each other.
    (Anne Rice, "Interview With the Vampire")

  • You look good to me, you damnable little devil, good to embrace and good to love.
    (Anne Rice, "Memnoch the Devil")

  • Maybe a new religion will rise now. Maybe without it, man will crumble in cynicism and selfishness because he really needs his gods.
    (Anne Rice, "The Vampire Lestat")

  • Every moment must be first known and then savored.
    (Anne Rice, "Interview With the Vampire")

  • That morning I was not yet a vampire, and I saw my last sunrise. I remember it completely, and yet I can't recall any sunrise before it. I watched its whole magnificence for the last time as if it were the first. And then I said farewell to sun light, and set out to become what I became.
    (Anne Rice, "Interview With the Vampire")

  • Amazing what the British do with language; the nuances of politeness. The world's great diplomats, surely.
    (Anne Rice, "The Queen of the Damned")


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