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reflect
used in Interview with the Vampire

23 uses
  • As you can see, my face is very white and has a smooth, highly reflective surface, rather like that of polished marble.
    Part 1 (28% in)
  • Perhaps I'd seen it reflected in the priest.
    Part 1 (6% in)
  • His contemptuous attitude towards my brother reflected my own; his immediate and shallow carping about the devil; his refusal to even entertain the idea that sanctity had passed so close.
    Part 1 (6% in)
  • His face reflected a depth of feeling and wisdom I'd never seen on the face of any of Lestat's struggling victims.
    Part 1 (26% in)
  • He was just a killer," the boy said, his voice reflecting some of the vampire's emotion.
    Part 1 (28% in)
  • She came to talk more, though she was never other than a reflective person and could listen to me patiently by the hour without interruption.
    Part 1 (64% in)
  • And her eyes .... they were mindless, two pools that reflected the moon.
    Part 2 (88% in)
  • Dozens of roses appeared daily for the marble . mantels and the inlaid tables, crowding the curtained alcove of her dressing room, reflected endlessly in tilted mirrors.
    Part 3 (2% in)
  • I had the strong sense then of how we were all made from the same material, a thought which had only occurred to me occasionally in all the long years in New Orleans; and it disturbed me, particularly when I saw one or more of the others reflected in the long mirrors that broke the density of those awful murals.
    Part 3 (34% in)
  • 'What can be imagined can be done,' slue answered quickly, but her eyes reflected a certain contained hostility.
    Part 3 (35% in)
  • I sat reflecting upon what he'd said, and what weighed as heavily upon me through all of it were Claudia's strange admonitions, that this gentle-eyed young man had said to her, 'Die,' and beyond that my slowly accumulating disgust with the vampires in the ballroom above.
    Part 3 (42% in)
  • She was seated calmly at that lavish table where Claudia attended to her hair; and so still she sat, so utterly without fear, her green taffeta sleeves reflected in the tilted mirrors, her skirts reflected, that she was not one still woman but a gathering of women.
    Part 3 (48% in)
  • She was seated calmly at that lavish table where Claudia attended to her hair; and so still she sat, so utterly without fear, her green taffeta sleeves reflected in the tilted mirrors, her skirts reflected, that she was not one still woman but a gathering of women.
    Part 3 (48% in)
  • Her eyes already burned with unnatural light, a violet ire reflected in her tears.
    Part 3 (62% in)
  • She seemed lost for the moment in my gaze, and I sensed the wonder that surrounded her, how the radiance of my eyes was the radiance of all colors and how all those colors were all the more reflected for her in my eyes.
    Part 3 (62% in)
  • The world crumbled and ceased to exist at the boundary of the small space which soon became the length and breadth of Claudia's dressing room: a bed whose posters reached only to my breast buttons, and small mirrors that reflected only the legs of an unwieldy giant when I found myself lost among them; paintings hung low for Claudia's eye; and finally, upon her little vanity table, black evening gloves for tiny fingers, a woman's low-cut gown of midnight velvet, a tiara from a child's...
    Part 3 (64% in)
  • I allowed myself to forget how totally I had fallen in love with Lestat's iridescent eyes, that I'd sold my soul for a many-colored and luminescent thing, thinking that a highly reflective surface conveyed the power to walk on water.
    Part 3 (66% in)
  • I was at a loss suddenly; but conscious all the while of how Armand listened: that he listened in the way that we dream of others listening, his face seeming to reflect on every thing said.
    Part 3 (70% in)
  • His face was as tranquil as always, his smooth, white forehead beneath the shock of his auburn hair without a trace of care, his large eyes reflecting on me, his lips still.
    Part 3 (70% 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)
  • You reflect your age differently.
    Part 3 (74% in)
  • You reflect its broken heart.'
    Part 3 (74% in)
  • And something in the way that he felt that defeat, something in the way his smooth white face reflected it only for an instant, reminded me of someone else I'd seen defeated in just that way.
    Part 4 (68% in)

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