Interview with the Vampire Setting & Symbolism

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Divisadero Street

The room where the vampire meets with the boy for the interview is on Divisadero Street in San Francisco.

Pointe du Lac

This is Louis' mortal plantation home. After Lestat makes him a vampire, he and Lestat continue to live there with his father. When Lestat's father dies, the slaves rise up and Louis burns it down, forcing he and Lestat to make a new home for themselves in New Orleans.

New Orleans

This is the city where much of the action of the first half of Louis' story takes place. It is the New Orleans of the 1800s. Later, when Louis and Armand return, it is the late 1900s and there are big changes. All the places Louis knew are either gone, renovated, or have been left to ruin.

The French Quarter

This is where Louis, Lestat, and Claudia live together for almost seventy years...

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