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Anne Rice Reader
by Katherine Ramsland (Goodreads Author)
A collection of the most fascinating essays, articles, and interpretations of bestselling author Anne Rice's complete works, by a variety of journalists and scholars. It includes a history of vampire literature, a professional dominatrix's examination of Rice's erotica, and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film version of Interview with the Vampire. From the a...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published February 11th 1997 by Ballantine Books
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I was only particularly interested in the essays about the Vampire Chronicles. I found all of them to be quite interesting and insightful. My favorite was "He Must Have Wept When He Made You" as it discussed Jungian archetypes. I've always found Jungian archetypes to be extremely interesting.
I've loved books since I was 3, and the library was a highlight of my childhood. I've been fortunate to be able to find great joy in what others have written and sometimes to give this to readers. I follow my own muse, because it leads me on interesting adventures. If others benefit, so much the better.More about Katherine Ramsland...