Memnoch the Devil - Section 2: Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: Chapter 2 Summary

David suggests that stalker's appearance may be related to Lestat's current victim, especially as Dora is a religious figure, but Lestat maintains that the two events are separated since the presence first appeared before he began this hunt. In order to comfort his friend, David promises to stay in New York and procure suitable accommodations. David worries when Lestat requests that the accommodations contain a view of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Lestat pursues the victim to his secret house filled with his stolen treasures, and in reading the man's mind, Lestat finds that the man laments Dora's refusal of his gift, a sacred religious artifact, as are most of the victim's relics.

Lestat arrives at the house before the victim and is startled by a huge, black, granite statue which resembles Lestat's image of his stalker. He avoids the statue when the...

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