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used in Interview with the Vampire

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calm and untroubled
  • The vampire shook his head in consternation, but his face was still serene.
    Part 1 (4% in)
  • His face was serene and almost affectionate.
    Part 1 (42% in)
  • It was not the old serenity, the pensiveness that was recollection.
    Part 3 (3% in)
  • And now, turning her slowly to the side so that they could all see her serene face, he was lifting her, her back arching as her naked breasts touched his buttons, her pale arms enfolded his neck.
    Part 3 (18% in)
  • It seemed for the moment as if the room blazed about me; as my eyes fixed on a gilt-framed painting of pastel trees and serene waters, the vampire spell was broken.
    Part 3 (39% in)
  • How beautiful she was in black lace, a cold, flaxen-haired woman with a kewpie doll's face and liquid eyes which gazed at me so serenely and so long that, surely, I must have been forgotten; the eyes must be seeing something other than me as I lay there on the floor dreaming; something other than the clumsy universe surrounding me, which was now marked off and nullified by someone who had suffered in it, someone who had suffered always, but who was not seeming to suffer now, listening...
    Part 3 (64% in)
  • Nothing as serene and graceful as that vampire death you once described to me in Paris.
    Part 4 (58% in)

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