The Vampire Armand Setting & Symbolism

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New Orleans

When the novel first opens, the primary setting is a chapel in New Orleans. This is also the setting for the ending of the novel. New Orleans is a city in Louisiana. It is the city where Marius owns a mansion, and where he turns Sybelle and Benji into vampires.

Kiev

Kiev is a Russian city during the time of the novel. It is also the city where Armand, as Andrei, grew up as a boy. Andrei is kidnapped from Kiev by the Tatars, which is how he becomes a salve and ultimately ends up living with Marius.

Venice, Italy

Venice, Italy is where Amadeo ends up living. He lives in Marius's mansion, which is in the heart of Venice. Amadeo lives in Venice for several years before he is imprisoned by the dark coven from Venice and taken away to another city in Italy.

New York City

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