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Multiple Choice Questions
1. From where did Armand originate?
(a) In Turkey.
(b) In China.
(c) In Russia.
(d) In Nepal.
2. What is the coven's main objection to Lestat?
(a) That he had made himself known to mortals.
(b) That he had so much wealth.
(c) That he was not in a coven.
(d) That he made a vampire of his mother.
3. Where does Lestat run into Armand again?
(a) At a mortals' ball.
(b) At Renaud's theater.
(c) At Les Innocents.
(d) At the tower.
4. How is Lestat alerted to the rising sun?
(a) His skin begins to crawl.
(b) He hears the birds begin to sing.
(c) He hears the church bells.
(d) His eyes begin to burn.
5. Why do Lestat and Gabrielle remain inside the cathedral?
(a) So the vampires outside cannot get to them.
(b) To pray for rescue.
(c) So they can rest for a while.
(d) To look at the statues.
Short Answer Questions
1. What news does Lestat receive about his mother?
2. How does Lestat learn that he can read people's minds?
3. Where do Lestat and Armand go after the ball?
4. What happens to the servant of Magnus who comes into the tower?
5. What talent does Nicolas have that makes Lestat carried away with emotion?
Short Essay Questions
1. What makes Lestat want to get Renaud and his troupe of actors out of Paris?
2. What is the dependence factor Lestat feels toward Magnus as he learns the old vampire is about to destroy himself?
3. How do the vampires pursuing Lestat and Gabrielle leave a message that they have kidnapped Nicolas?
4. What is Lestat's argument against Armand's vampire ways?
5. How does Anne rice introduce the character of Armand?
6. How does Gabrielle react to becoming a vampire?
7. What is the circumstance that changes Armand into a vampire?
8. Explain the length of time involved in the novel about Lestat.
9. What kind of person is the lawyer Roget to whom Lestat trusts his business?
10. Where do Gabrielle and Lestat go in Paris to escape the vampires who continue to chase them?
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