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aesthetic
used in Interview with the Vampire

7 uses
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Definition
related to beauty or good taste — often referring to one's appreciation of beauty or one's sense of what is beautiful

or:

beautiful or tasteful
  • Did you mean .... do you mean for you it was an aesthetic choice, not a moral one?
    Part 1 (44% in)
  • Had you asked me then, I would have told you it was aesthetic, that I wished to understand death in stages.
    Part 1 (44% in)
  • Because all aesthetic decisions are moral, really.
    Part 1 (44% in)
  • I thought aesthetic decisions could be completely immoral.
    Part 1 (44% in)
  • The conflict lies between the morals of the artist and the morals of society, not between aesthetics and morality: But often this isn't understood; and here comes the waste, the tragedy.
    Part 1 (45% in)
  • I believed I killed animals for aesthetic reasons only, and I hedged against the great moral question of whether or mot by my very nature I was damned.
    Part 1 (45% in)
  • Lestat thought the best color at all times for vampires was black, possibly the only aesthetic principle he steadfastly maintained, but he wasn't opposed to anything which smacked of style and excess.
    Part 1 (62% in)

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