Anne Rice, the gothic author generally known for her smash hit novel Interview With the Vampire, passed on late Saturday at 80 years old.
Rice kicked the bucket because of difficulties from a stroke, her child Christopher Rice declared on her Facebook page and his Twitter page.
In her last hours, I sat adjacent to her clinic bed in wonderment of her achievements and her courage,Christopher Rice wrote in the assertion.
Anne Rice was the creator of the 1976 novel Interview With the Vampire, which was subsequently adjusted, with a content by Rice, into the 1994 film coordinated by Neil Jordan and featuring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. It’s additionally set to be adjusted again in an impending TV series on AMC and AMC+ set to debut one year from now.
Her armies of abstract and film fans will be gladdened to realize that everything Anne Rice will presently be for all time housed at Tulane University,…
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Meet With the Vampire in which correspondent Daniel Molloy interviews Louis de Pointe du Lac, was Rice’s first novel however throughout the following fifty years, she would compose in excess of 30 books and sell in excess of 150 million duplicates around the world. Thirteen of them were important for the Vampire Chronicles started with her 1976 introduction.
Conceived Howard Allen Frances O’Brien in 1941, she was brought up in New Orleans, where a significant number of her books were set. Her dad worked for the postal help yet made models and composed fiction as an afterthought. Her more established sister, Alice Borchardt, likewise composed dream and repulsiveness fiction. Rice’s mom passed on when Rice was 15.
Brought up in an Irish Catholic family, Rice expounded on her fluctuating otherworldly excursion, including the 2008 journal “Called Out of Darkness: A Spiritual Confession. Yet, in 2010, she reported that she was at this point not Christian, saying “I won’t be against gay. I won’t be against women’s activist. I will not be hostile to counterfeit contraception.