The phantom of the opera is gaston leroux's exquisite blend of gothic horror and tragic romance, which formed the basis for a world-renowned stage musical this penguin classics edition is translated with notes by mireille ribiere, and an introduction by jann matlock. The phantom of the opera by gaston leroux is a novel about a mysterious phantom who lives in an opera house the story begins as old opera directors are handing over the opera house to new. If your only exposure to phantom of the opera has been either weber's phantom or any of the other movies made based on this story, you must read (or listen to) this book if you've never been exposed to any version of the phantom, you must read this book. The phantom of the opera does not have an age recommendation however, children ages 4 and under are not permitted in theater book by sept 7 some blackout dates apply.
Now in its 32nd glorious year, the phantom of the opera continues to mesmerise and entrance audiences at her majesty's theatre, london and around the world. Share this book with your friends and family the phantom of the opera is perhaps best known for its many stage and screen adaptations, piracy report. The phantom of the opera- (original novel by leroux) so, when i was about 14 my sister was reading this book and said it was very very good, buy super creepy and suggested that i not read it (i don't easily forget creepy stuff.
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The phantom of the opera is a tragic tale of mystery, romance, and music if you're a fan, these crafts are perfect creations to remind you of the musical genius who haunted the trapdoors of the opera garnier. The phantom of the opera is a gothic romance novel written by french writer gaston leroux and got originally published in english in 1911, a year after its final serial publication gaston leroux, like other gothic novelists, sets the story in an opera house full of secrets. The phantom of the opera (2004) is actually a film-adaptation to the musical the phantom of the opera it is about christine daae, a back-up ballerina turned star being the opera ghost's one love not many know but the opera ghost or also known as the phantom is also christine's tutor ever since she lived in the opera dorms at the age of 7. Whether through novel, play, or film, the phantom of the opera has captivated fans for years with its compelling tale and resounding soundtrack we enjoy juxtaposing the twisted romance of the phantom and christine with the pure love between her and raoul the story concludes with the phantom.
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