The Tale of the Body Thief

The Tale of the Body Thief by Anne Rice

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Anne Rice USA, 04/10/1941 Real name - Howard Allen O & # 039; Brien. She was born in New Orleans to the family of a postal worker (aka the novelist and sculptor Howard O & # 039; Brian). Graduated from San Francisco State University and the University of Berkeley. She worked as a waitress, cook, theater attendant, insurance agent; now a professional writer. The first literary work - a novel about two children from Mars who committed suicide - was written already in the fifth grade of school. Anne Rice`s most famous work is undoubtedly the novel Interview with the Vampire (in many respects, however, owes its popularity to the film of the same name). This novel became the title novel in a series about vampires, in which today there are already eight novels. Anne Rice writes both under her own name (gothic prose) and under pseudonyms: with the pseudonym "Anne Rampling" she signs the "mainstream" novels, and with the pseudonym "E. N.

Rokeler "- erotic novels (as one of the critics...

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Anne Rice USA, 04/10/1941 Real name - Howard Allen O & # 039; Brien. She was born in New Orleans to the family of a postal worker (aka the novelist and sculptor Howard O & # 039; Brian). Graduated from San Francisco State University and the University of Berkeley. She worked as a waitress, cook, theater attendant, insurance agent; now a professional writer. The first literary work - a novel about two children from Mars who committed suicide - was written already in the fifth grade of school. Anne Rice`s most famous work is undoubtedly the novel Interview with the Vampire (in many respects, however, owes its popularity to the film of the same name). This novel became the title novel in a series about vampires, in which today there are already eight novels. Anne Rice writes both under her own name (gothic prose) and under pseudonyms: with the pseudonym "Anne Rampling" she signs the "mainstream" novels, and with the pseudonym "E. N. Rokeler "- erotic novels (as one of the critics put it," sadomasochistic sense "). Author`s site http://www.annerice.com