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The Vampire Armand Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Armand

Armand is the main character of the novel. He also has a couple of different names throughout the novel, including Amadeo and Andrei. The different names coincide with the different periods in history and what is happening in Armand's life during the time period. His ultimate name, Armand is what he is named when he moves to Paris to take over the coven.

In his youth, Armand was Andrei. He grew up in the city of Kiev. As a boy, he was a famous painter. He often painted commissioned work for the priests in the monastery. It is when he is delivering a painting in the woods that Andrei is kidnapped and enslaved by the Pagans. As a slave boy, Marius purchases him. As Marius's favorite boy and lover, Marius transforms Amadeo into a vampire.

Armand is described as having very feminine and boyish looks and mannerisms. The...

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