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used in Interview with the Vampire

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something that was previously unknown (and typically surprising); or making such a thing known
  • 'No, slave,' she persisted in her grave monotone, as though thinking aloud, the words revelations, pieces of a puzzle.
    Part 1 (77% in)
  • But who was to make this revelation when the sky and sea became indistinguishable and neither any longer was chaos?
    Part 2 (5% in)
  • This was to be a night of revelations, no matter how it ended.
    Part 3 (11% in)
  • My mind went in three directions: that last night in the Hotel Saint-Gabriel, which seemed a year ago, when she talked of love with rancor; my reverberating shock at Armand's revelations or lack of them; and a quiet absorption of the vampires around me, who whispered in the dark beneath the grotesque murals.
    Part 3 (34% in)

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