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used in Interview with the Vampire

3 uses
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to treat with extra kindness or tolerance
  • There's nothing wrong with you but self-indulgence.
    Part 1 (6% in)
  • I could easily visualize and suffer that moment years before in another century, when I had stood at the foot of Babette's stairway, and feel the perpetual metallic frustration of years with Lestat; and then that passionate and doomed affection for Claudia which made loneliness retreat behind the soft indulgence of the senses, the same senses that longed for the kill.
    Part 3 (28% in)
  • 'They reflect the age in cynicism which cannot comprehend the death of possibilities, fatuous sophisticated indulgence in the parody of the miraculous, decadence whose last refuge is self-ridicule, a mannered helplessness.
    Part 3 (74% in)

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