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  • Le Fantôme de l'Opéra
  • Gaston Leroux
  • English
  • 15 December 2019
  • 9780060809249

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  1. says:

    Persons who are visited by the Angel uiver with a thrill unknown to the rest of mankind And they cannot touch an instrument or open their mouths to sing without producing sounds that put all other human sounds to shame Erik AKA The Phantom of the Opera is Paris's Heathcliff This book is a dark tale of a man's descent into violence and madness and the woman who forms the obsession at the centre of his lifeI should proba

  2. says:

    Excellent marvelous A phantasmagorical ha ha PERFECTION NO JOKE This is one true House of Horrors perhaps the best one ever orchestrated maybe

  3. says:

    The Phantom’s greatest tragedy in life is the fact that he came so close to gaining the heart of the girl he loved a sense of accep

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    Le Fantôme de l'Opéra The Phantom of the Opera Gaston LerouxThe Phantom of the Opera is a novel by French writer Gaston Leroux It was first published in volume form in late March 1910 by Pierre Lafitte In Paris in the 1

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    Before we start off let me clarify something because I can't be bothered to create a the Broadway stage adaptation is better shelf my the movie is better shelf will have to suffice here The Phantom of the Opera the show is a giant absurd bombastic display of every bad misconception of theater and is the main reason Andrew Lloyd Weber is ab

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    Sorelli a principal dancer in the beautiful new and fabulous Paris Opera House circa 1880 is angry her dressing room has been invaded by half a dozen hysterical young ladies ballet dancers The frightened performe

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    “And despite the care which she took to look behind her at every moment she failed to see a shadow which followed her like her own shadow which stopped when she stopped which started again when she did and which made no noise than a well c

  8. says:

    THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is a fantastic ghostly tale of love with so much depth and evil to the storyline than I remember from either the play or old movieBe prepared for murder by hanging freuent cries of terror from malicious accidents and suicide for just a smidgeon of what will materialize But it's the mysterious Opera Ghost who lurks in

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    He is extraordinarily thin and his dress coat hangs on a skeleton frame His eyes are so deep that you can hardly see the fixed pupils You just see two big black holes as in a dead man’s skull His skin which is stretched across his bones like a drumhead is not white but a nasty yellow His nose is so little worth talking

  10. says:

    Well that was melodramaticBecause I uit a book last week I forced myself to finish this one I can finish anything on audio thought I I am not a uitter thought I But after struggling to focus on this and backtracking 2 hours because I realized I had been daydreaming the entire time I have come to the realization that the DNF review is not so

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Le Fantôme de l'Opéra

Ow to sing beautifully All goes well until Christine's childhood friend Raoul comes to visit his Le Fantôme MOBI #180 parents who are patrons of the opera and he sees Christine when she begins successfully singing on the stage The voice who is the deformed murderous 'ghost' of the opera house named Erik however grows violent in his terrible jealousy until Christine sud Sorelli a principal dancer in the beautiful new and fabulous Paris Opera House circa 1880 is angry her dressing room has been invaded by half a dozen hysterical young ladies ballet dancers The frightened performers have seen the legendary Phantom Ghost claiming to have noticed a very ugly man but well dressed in the passageway The superstitious but brave woman opens the door uiet slowly and takes a careful peek The shadowy in gaslight reddish walls give a strange ambiance but there is nothing around the door is uickly shut The new managers don t take seriously the old ones MM Debienne and Poligny warnings of the Phantom receiving them as a joke to amuse Armand Moncharmin and Firmin Richard such distinguished gentlemen playing silly childish games The duo will be sorry they did not take their advise Christine Daae a young Swedish singer gives an awe inspiring performance when La Carlotta the spoiled prima donna lead soprano singer at the Opera House through illness missed her engagement And the man in box five falls madly in love with Christine he is the Phantom call him Erik and can help her achieve stardom maybe not with a gentle touch Many sightings of this phantom but he is never caught after all how can you stop a ghost Trapped doors secret passageways magic mirrors voices inside walls from empty rooms a lake under the opera house the intelligent Phantom knows everything about the gigantic building A stagehand is found hanging lifeless below in the cellars he had seen a flaming head no body though flying by people thought he was drunk a heavy chandelier crushes a woman in the audience during a performance and at the farewell dinner for the old managers this man with a death mask sits down at the table No one talks to the weird would you unnerving stranger he tells the gentlemen that Joseph Bouet the dead man didn t commit suicide And vanishes as fast as he had arrived Raoul Vicomte de Chagny 20 a person who knew Christine when both were children loves her too not surprisingly the jealous Phantom is not happy indeed Neither is Phillippe the Comte de Chagny and snobbish older brother of Raoul isn t pleased at all either Erik kidnaps Christine descends deep down under the dungeon like cellars the monster has a house on the eerie lake He plays on a organ his opera that he is writing for Christine a beautiful voice comes out of his grotesue head Christine is curious when the fiend is playing with his back to her she lifts the death mask a hideous unbelievable repellent repugnant revolting face she faints away Meanwhile the frantic Raoul meets the Persian a person everyone knows but nobody can say who he is But immediately Raoul trust him trust him he must he knows where Christine is The Persian gives him a revolver takes another and they walk down into the vast darkness of the opera house basement to rescue Christine first seeing a shadow moving near them but the Phantom it is not Then a flying face all a blazed thundering noises rising coming closer and closer they reach the wall and can t go any further the strange face approaches the sound deafening thousands of rats from the blackness the pair await their doom A good old fashioned tale for people that don t take it seriously and like the atmosphere of an amusing adventure too enjoyable to be real

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Denly disappears The phantom is in love but it can only spell disasterLeroux's work with characters ranging from the spoiled prima donna Carlotta to the mysterious Persian from Erik's past has been immortalized by memorable adaptations Despite this it remains a remarkable piece of Gothic horror literature in and of itself deeper and darker than any version that follows He is extraordinarily thin and his dress coat hangs on a skeleton frame His eyes are so deep that you can hardly see the fixed pupils You just see two big black holes as in a dead man s skull His skin which is stretched across his bones like a drumhead is not white but a nasty yellow His nose is so little worth talking about that you can t see it side face and the absence of that nose is a horrible thing to look at All the hair he has is three or four long dark locks on his forehead and behind his ears Sounds deliciously creepy right Well no doubt the Opera ghost would have scared the hell out of me if I had ever crossed paths with him And he was scary in fact he was downright evil More evil than I recall from attending a live performance of the musical by the same name many many years ago All the elements of a gothic mystery were there I was intrigued by the corpse like apparition that was said to haunt the Paris Opera House Unfortunately I was amused than I was terrified while reading this book I didn t experience the allure of the gothic atmosphere The plot was interesting enough and kept me turning the pages Christine trained by the Angel of Music becomes a sensation at the opera house and falls in love with a young man from her past Raoul has been smitten with Christine since he was a child One day a little boy who was out with his governess made her take a longer walk than he intended for he could not tear himself from the little girl whose pure sweet voice seemed to bind him to her But the Opera ghost is infatuated with her as well and will stop at almost nothing to make her his bride I wasn t sure how I felt about the phantom At times I abhorred him he seemed to have no conscience The next moment I felt pity towards this unloved and lonely outcast of society It s a bit of an adventure in the underbelly of the Opera House and I did enjoy all the literal twists and turns there The melodrama and the unpolished dialogue disappointed me however The characters felt flat with the exception of the phantom himself The Persian was a bit intriguing as well Essentially it s a tragic story with an engaging plot and it s uite readable Just not the remarkable story I was looking for but I m getting a bit particular about my gothic mysteries He asked only to be someone like everybody else Las Puertas Del Amor phantom is in love but it can only spell disasterLeroux's work with characters ranging from the spoiled Discoveries prima donna Carlotta to the mysterious Persian from Erik's A Fire Within: Sekret Machines Series, Book 2 past has been immortalized by memorable adaptations Despite this it remains a remarkable Idenics piece of Gothic horror literature in and of itself deeper and darker than any version that follows He is extraordinarily thin and his dress coat hangs on a skeleton frame His eyes are so deep that you can hardly see the fixed Night Owl Loonette pupils You just see two big black holes as in a dead man s skull His skin which is stretched across his bones like a drumhead is not white but a nasty yellow His nose is so little worth talking about that you can t see it side face and the absence of that nose is a horrible thing to look at All the hair he has is three or four long dark locks on his forehead and behind his ears Sounds deliciously creepy right Well no doubt the Opera ghost would have scared the hell out of me if I had ever crossed Deadshifted (Edie Spence, paths with him And he was scary in fact he was downright evil More evil than I recall from attending a live El agujero del infierno performance of the musical by the same name many many years ago All the elements of a gothic mystery were there I was intrigued by the corpse like apparition that was said to haunt the Paris Opera House Unfortunately I was amused than I was terrified while reading this book I didn t experience the allure of the gothic atmosphere The The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) plot was interesting enough and kept me turning the Teddy pages Christine trained by the Angel of Music becomes a sensation at the opera house and falls in love with a young man from her Calling Me Home past Raoul has been smitten with Christine since he was a child One day a little boy who was out with his governess made her take a longer walk than he intended for he could not tear himself from the little girl whose The Taint of Lovecraft pure sweet voice seemed to bind him to her But the Opera ghost is infatuated with her as well and will stop at almost nothing to make her his bride I wasn t sure how I felt about the Mr. Francis Wife phantom At times I abhorred him he seemed to have no conscience The next moment I felt The Shadow People pity towards this unloved and lonely outcast of society It s a bit of an adventure in the underbelly of the Opera House and I did enjoy all the literal twists and turns there The melodrama and the unpolished dialogue disappointed me however The characters felt flat with the exception of the The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, phantom himself The Persian was a bit intriguing as well Essentially it s a tragic story with an engaging Degrees of Elevation plot and it s uite readable Just not the remarkable story I was looking for but I m getting a bit Demons, Yes--But Thank God for Good Angels particular about my gothic mysteries He asked only to be someone like everybody else

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First published in French as a serial in The Phantom of the Opera is a riveting story that revolves around the young Swedish Christine Daaé Her father a famous musician dies and she is raised in the Paris Opera House with his dying promise of a protective angel of music to guide her After a time at the opera house she begins hearing a voice who eventually teaches her h The Phantom s greatest tragedy in life is the fact that he came so close to gaining the heart of the girl he loved a sense of acceptance he has wanted for an entire lifetime but because of his scarred and damaged soul he did nothing but terrify her ultimately shattering the initial allure and glamour she felt in his presence In the vein of Frankenstein and Heathcliff Erik s shattered visage his ruined face permeates his soul Society humanity perceives his appearance as evil and twisted thus he takes on these traits in a cruel mockery of what is expected of him he becomes the very thing he is branded as And it becomes his most powerful weapon and it also becomes his downfall He is beyond bitter He is beyond twisted His heart oozes with venom for a world that has always shunned him and left him an outcast in the darkness The Phantom of the Opera is a tragedy in every sense of the word All the Phantom ever wanted was love and when he finally finds it it practically destroys him It pushes him out of the shadows and makes him bold it makes him yearn for what he thought impossible And he acts He sees his chance the very essence of what has brought his voice and his soul back to life is before him and he seizes it albeit too forcefully He becomes vicious demanding and overwhelming The loneliness of his soul dominates his faculties He loses the cold practical cunning that has kept him alive for so long and follows the unthinking possessive whims of his heart And yet I am not really wicked Love me and you shall see All I wanted was to be loved for myself If you loved me I should be as gentle as a lamb and you could do anything with me that you pleased Such words are uttered with the utmost truth and geniality Erik comes forth into the light In this moment he casts aside the guise of The Phantom and reveals his vulnerability and his ability to rejuvenate to Christine He puts his heart out there but like everything is his life love is illusory In his misguided state he drastically misunderstands the situation and his erratic behaviour destroys any chance he ever could have had His love has power but he fails to understand that not everybody is as painfully desperate as he Leroux clearly loved opera houses and his phantom is beautifully dark concept His descriptions of the theatre are vivid and verging on the enchanting His prose is smooth and faultless though his pacing is poor and the plot is weighed down with many non essential characters that over complicate the situation I love the story here though the execution falls short of the faultlessness you would expect when you consider the sheer strength that surrounds the central plot and characters For me the Phantom will always be better on the stage The true pain of Erik s soul pours out of the music and wrenches the hearts of the audience The final scenes the reality of the ending place the story on the fringes of the modernist movement and show that romance is not always storybook despite how our hearts may yearn otherwise Facebook Twitter Insta Academia


About the Author: Gaston Leroux

Gaston Louis Alfred Leroux was a French journalist and author of detective fictionIn the English speaking world he is best known for writing the novel The Phantom of the Opera Le Fantôme de l'Opéra which has been made into several film and stage productions of the same name such as the film starring Lon Chaney and Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical It was also the basis of the .