6 edition of Phantom of the Opera found in the catalog.
December 1, 1992 by Hal Leonard Corporation .
Written in English
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Back at the Palais Garnier, the new managers receive a letter from the Phantom demanding that they allow Christine to perform the lead role of Marguerite in Faustand that box 5 be left empty for his use, lest they perform in a house with a curse on it. Charles is born a few months after Raoul and Christine's wedding, and Raoul remarks that it is impossible that he is Charles' biological father, and that he looks nothing like either Raoul or Christine, but bears a striking resemblance to a portrait of Erik's handsome father Charles. In this version, the Phantom was a handsome young man who sold his soul to the Devil in return for being loved for his music - his disfigurement is the Devil's way of making sure he is loved for no other reason. As the Phantom and Raoul both vie for Christine, she sadly asks the Phantom what life he has been forced to live. At Perros-GuirecChristine meets with Raoul, who confronts her about the voice he heard in her room.
His actions do. Shortly before they leave, they warn Moncharmin and Richard, their successors, to follow Erik's conditions. Raoul raises their son, Charles, after her death from cancer. This version has the Phantom playing the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach on the organ - which has become a cultural trope indicating tragic horror. As Christine whispers that she knows the Phantom is near, Carlotta reminds her that her role is silent, calling her a "little toad ". Nadir Khan.
He rowed until the boat bumped into something and then he picked her up and put her down in a beautiful drawing room. Widely remembered; part of a series "Masterworks of Terror". His mother is the beautiful and talented daughter of an English woman and a French architect, a spoiled and vain woman who scorns her deformed child from birth, puts a mask on his face, and cannot bring herself to name him. She waits on him, should he need it, and is one of the only characters in Paris to have any form of intimate contact with him.
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Much of the verbal and physical abuse Erik suffers from his mother is chronicled in the opening chapters of the novel. Title in Chinese is the same as the other versions.
Erik is finally forced to again flee after causing Luciana's death inadvertently, as the crumbling stone of their terrace causes her to fall as she flees from the sight of his face. Moncharmin and M. Erik tells Christine that she loves him and that she has to choose between holding a wedding mass or a requiem mass.
He was aiming for a romantic piece, and suggested Gaston Leroux 's book The Phantom of the Opera as a basis. Responsible for the entertainment of the Khanum, the Shah's mother, he builds sophisticated traps and torture devices for her amusement.
Martins Press editor: Gardner Dozoisagain in Music of the Night by Electricstory, and in Stagestruck Vampires and Other Phantasms this short story offers an alternate ending, with Christine staying with the Phantom for five years. This version has the Phantom playing the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach on the organ - which has become a cultural trope indicating tragic horror.
In trying to steal the key, Christine accidentally lets it slip that Raoul and the Persian are in the Torture Chamber and Erik turns the room on and it is discovered that it gets hot enough to cook someone alive. Nadir is ordered by the shah to keep a close eye on Erik, and takes it upon himself to be the keeper of Erik's conscience.
Javert: is a man who traveled with a gypsy band. Reza becomes attached to Erik; Erik in turn becomes fond of the boy, makes beautiful toys for him and tries to ease his suffering. And we will sing, all by ourselves, till we swoon away with delight. Published by Treehouse - story revolves around Erik's time in Persia.
Raoul must find and rescue her. Christine tells him she has been tutored by the Angel of Music, whom her father used to tell them about. She tells him that she still loves him but refuses to leave with him. The Phantom rails at her prying gesture and Christine runs in fear.
She is loyal to Erik and even displays fondness for him, as he leaves her gifts and promises to help her daughter succeed if Madame Giry obeys him. The rest of the book loosely follows the original novel The Phantom of the Opera - differing on several points but following the relationship between Erik and the object of his desire, Christine Daae, and switching back and forth between their points of view.
Giry with Richard's concierge as the box keeper of Box Five. In the prologue, he tells the readers about the Phantom and the research that he did to prove the truth of the ghost. As the show struggles forward, suddenly the grand chandelier in the room falls and kills a woman.
Meanwhile, at the party that is still going on, Christine Daae is making her debut. Intrigued by Erik's macabre appearance and dexterity at murder, the khanum develops a great lust for him early on, and this she harbors spitefully, never quite daring to exercise her power in this particular area.
Published by Watson-Guptill Publications. Ayesha was a Siamese cat Erik adopted on the streets of Paris during the Commune, when meat was scarce and cats and horses routinely butchered. At nine years old Erik's mother begins to respond to the attentions of the handsome, new town physician, which upsets Erik.
To characterize Erik, Gaston Leroux uses literary devices such as flashbacks, allusion and foil.Sep 23, · How many Phantom of the Opera books are in my collection??
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Phantom of the Opera and Retellings Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Mar 07, · But Leroux’s best-known story is The Phantom of the Opera (), whose macabre hero has been played in film by classic horror film stars Lon Chaney and Claude Rains.
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