Louis falls in love with Claudia and the three live together in New Orleans for 65 years. Claudia, upset with Lestat for creating her when she was only five, plots to kill Lestat and leave for Europe with Louis. Lestat does not die in the burning house and follow them to Europe.
likewise, Louis and Lestat were lovers. it really can't be described as Platonic. they are utterly in love with the look and the sound and the nearness of each other, before these things turn bad for them.
Louis and Lestat treat Claudia like their daughter, training her how to hunt, spoiling her, and loving her. They are living this happy life, and it looks as if they're just a perfect little family without ever having to worry about anything.
In Anne Rice's book Interview With The Vampire, Claudia is a 5-year-old girl that Louis and Lestat turn into a vampire to save her life.
While vampire Claudia has the body of a young girl, she's actually quite an old woman when she and her beloved Louis de Pointe du Lac share a kiss (Kirsten Dunst's first kiss!).
Louis burns down the Théâtre, killing the vampires there as revenge for Claudia's death and drifts through the world with the Theatre's former leader, Armand, whom he had fallen in love with. They separate in the late 1980s in New Orleans.
Though Lestat suffers losses from this adventure, he falls somewhat in love with Quinn, and the two stay close after their adventure together reaches its conclusion. In Blood Canticle, Lestat falls in love with a witch of the Mayfair clan named Rowan Mayfair, who shares the same feelings towards him.
Yes absolutely. In fact, if you read the Vampire Chronicles Lestat referees to Louis as his lover. They also share many romantic moments and kisses.
Louis and Lestat reunite in the 1980s with a new understanding, only to be caught up and briefly separated again in the events that are detailed in The Queen of the Damned, though in later books Lestat refers to Louis as his lover.
For sixty-five years, Claudia, Louis and Lestat lived together as a vampire family.
Life as a Vampire
Claudia stayed with Louis and Lestat for 75 years, slowly growing angry at her maker for giving her the Dark Gift at such a young age. One night, she rebelled against Lestat by offering him two dead boys on laudanum.
Claudia, a 5-year-old child that Louis fed on and Lestat turned, is then tormented to live for eternity with the mind of a woman and the body of a juvenile. In the pages of Rice's book, Claudia experiences a myriad of disturbing moments, stuck in this perennial visage, which makes for some indelible reading.
Lestat, upon seeing for the first time Louis's "fine black hair" and deep green eyes, and sensing his passion, is seduced not only by Louis's beauty, but also by his tragedy and human heart; "He seduced the tenderness in me." Lestat makes Louis into a vampire at the age of 25, his immortal companion in 1791, and lives …
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Armand soon falls in love with Daniel but refuses to make him into a vampire numerous times. He buys Daniel the "Night Island" and Daniel teaches Armand about modern day technology, which Armand becomes obsessed with.
Armand sees Louis as a new possibility of integrating into the modern world. When he cannot persuade Louis to leave Claudia, he kills her by burning her to death in the sun, and then lets Louis burn the theater with the vampires in it so they can leave together.
The story of Sekhmet, the Egyptian feline warrior goddess associated with both plague and healing, is considered by some to be one of the oldest vampire tales.
Jure Grando Alilović or Giure Grando (1579–1656) was a villager from the region of Istria (in modern-day Croatia) who may have been the first real person described as a vampire in historical records. He was referred to as a štrigon, a local word for something resembling a vampire and a warlock.
In Blood Canticle, Lestat falls in love with a witch of the Mayfair clan named Rowan Mayfair, who shares the same feelings towards him.
In The Tale of the Body Thief, Lestat refers to Nicki as his former lover, indicating that the two shared a romantic relationship as mortal men.
Lestat, upon seeing for the first time Louis's "fine black hair" and deep green eyes, and sensing his passion, is seduced not only by Louis's beauty, but also by his tragedy and human heart; "He seduced the tenderness in me."
But they ultimately found their way back to each other, and not only are they now married, but they also have a daughter – something that Louis had always dreamed about. As odd as Louis can be, it'll be hard pressed to find a loyal Suits fans who is against where we left his story at the end of the legal drama.
Vanitas No Carte Confessions
“Noé was in love with Louis, he was just too young and naive to realise it. Even now, he doesn't know what he really felt toward him. “
Marriage of the Dauphin Louis and Marie-Antoinette 16-17 May 1770.
When Louis unleashed his revenge and slaughtered that coven, Armand allowed it to happen, seeing himself as free from the dead weight. He and Louis left Paris together as a couple, and it's only decades later that Louis admitted to Armand that he allowed Claudia to die.