Memnoch the Devil - Section 13: Chapter 19 and Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13: Chapter 19 and Chapter 20 Summary

Memnoch asks Lestat what he thinks Hell is. Lestat and Memnoch recount several things that they both believe that, although true, would not bring a soul peace in a way that they would be able to forgive themselves, others and God for what they suffered on earth. Oddly, Memnoch asks Lestat what it would take for his soul to forgive Magnus for taking him from who he was to the blood-drinking monster that he sees himself to be. Lestat comments that he has forgiven Magnus, but that he would need forgiveness from his victims, to know what would have happened had he not interfered as he did, what life he had denied them. They travel together to Hell and there is such wind that they cannot hear, and there are souls in human form fighting and others...

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