Some articles on body thief, body:
... A mysterious figure, Raglan James - the eponymous "Body Thief" of the story - approaches Lestat with what seems to be a cure for his ennui and depression ... intention of ever switching back, and Lestat is forced to scheme to regain his body ... nearly dies after becoming human again - his new body is wracked by pneumonia, which he ignores during a tour of Washington D.C ...
Famous quotes containing the words thief and/or body:
“You lovers of knowledge! So what have you done out of your love of knowledge up to now? Have you already stolen and murdered so as to know how a thief and a murderer feels?”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“And so I look on those sentiments which make the glory of the human being, love, humility, faith, as being also the intimacy of Divinity in the atoms; and, that, as soon as the man is right, assurances and previsions emanate from the interior of his body and his mind; as, when flowers reach their ripeness, incence exhales from them, and, as a beautiful atmosphere is generated from the planet by the averaged emanations from all its rocks and soils.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)