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The Vampire Armand Themes

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Themes

Good versus Evil

The primary plot throughout the entire novel is that of good versus evil. Biblical symbolism can be found throughout the book. Armand has an inner struggle with good versus evil and so do each of the characters that are involved in the story.

Armand struggles with the good and evil of living as a vampire. He wants to spend eternity with Marius, which he can do by becoming a vampire. At the same time, Armand is not happy with the acts he has to perform as a vampire, such as hunting for victims so he can drink their blood or killing people. Armand also wants a better life for his children and even though they beg to become vampires, he shelters them from having to live the life that he is lead.

Marius too seems to be in a constant struggle between good and evil. It...

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