The Tale of the Body Thief | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Carolyn See

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of The Tale of the Body Thief.
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Critical Review by Carolyn See

SOURCE: “Vampire Tans! News at 11,” in Los Angeles Times Book Review, October 25, 1992, pp. 1, 9.

In the following review, See offers praise for The Tale of the Body Thief.

Anne Rice's elegant smoothie, the Vampire Lestat, is back, and up to all his old immortal tricks [in The Tale of the Body]. He's the same charmer, dressing in black velvet, meandering through museums to admire the Rembrandts, restoring a lovely crumbling mansion in New Orleans (that he himself lived in 100 years before). He's the same inveterate, starry-eyed tourist, zooming from London to Paris to Miami to New Orleans to South American jungles to Caribbean resorts, still absolutely gaga over each and every new excursion.

What a refined vampire! How given to nostalgia; his memories of the filthy 18th-Century French castle he grew up in, his...

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