The Phantom of the Opera

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Courier Corporation, 22 апр. 2004 г. - Всего страниц: 206
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This thrilling novel and its many adaptations have captured the imaginations of countless audiences throughout the 20th century. The mystery classic featuring the "ghost" of the famed Paris landmark tells a gripping tale of human desire, fear, and violence before it resolves itself in a shocking and tragic confrontation.

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The Angel of Music

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When people think of The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Weber's slightly overblown musical/film usually comes to mind. Now, don't get me wrong. I enjoy the musical. The costumes, the music, and ... Читать весь отзыв

I LOVED THIS BOOK!

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It was definentially a good book if your into things like The Phantom of the Opera. It is A LOT different than the movie, let me tell you right now. But if your easily confused, be prepared. I loved the movie, and the book was definentially a favorite of mine. Читать весь отзыв

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CHAPTER PAGE Prologue
1
Is It the Ghost?
5
The New Margarita
13
The Mysterious Reason
20
Box Five
26
The Enchanted Violin
36
A Visit to Box Five
48
Faust and What Followed
51
Christinel Christine
114
Mme Girys Astounding Revelations
118
The SafetyPin Again
127
The Commissary the Viscount and the Persian
132
The Viscount and the Persian
137
In the Cellars of the Opera
142
Interesting and Instructive Vicissitudes
154
In the Torture Chamber
164

The Mysterious Brougham
62
At the Masked Ball
68
Forget the Name of the Mans Voice
76
Above the TrapDoors
80
Apollos Lyre
86
A MasterStroke of the TrapDoor Lover
100
The Singular Attitude of a SafetyPin
109
The Tortures Begin
170
Barrels Barrels
175
The Scorpion or the Grasshopper Which?
183
The End of the Ghosts Love Story
189
Epilogue
196
The Paris Opera House
203
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Gaston Leroux is best known as the creator of the 1911 novel, The Phantom of the Opera, about a masked figure who haunts the hidden parts of the Paris Opera House. The novel appeared first in serial installments a year before publication, ultimately grew into several movie versions, and later became an Tony Award-winning Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. Leroux was born in Paris in 1868. The only child of financially well-off parents, he moved easily into a clerk job in a law office. While working there, he wrote essays and short stories, many of which were accepted by publishers. This fired his enthusiasm, and he became a full-time reporter/writer in 1890. Law experience covering famous cases and theater reviews fueled his writing career, but it was his news reporter job that took him around the world at the turn of the century, providing details for his novels. Leroux wrote several mystery and fantasy novels, including the well-received The Mystery of the Yellow Room (1907) and The Man Who Came Back from the Dead (1912). Leroux also helped pioneer the character of the amateur detective who solves crime, so commonly seen today in movies and television. Gaston Leroux continued to write until his death on April 16, 1927.

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