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Le Fantôme de l'OpéraA Paix O O Drama A Vingan ACom A Arte Da Intriga Magistralmente Controlada E A Inspira O Diab Lica Que Fizeram O Sucesso De Gaston Leroux, O Fantasma Da Pera Transporta Nos Para Uma Extraordin Ria Aventura Pelos Bastidores, Camarins, Palco E Subterr Neos Da Pera De Paris Um Romance Que Envolve Por Completo O Leitor.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 268 pages
  • Le Fantôme de l'Opéra
  • Gaston Leroux
  • Portuguese
  • 11 February 2018
  • 9789721054974

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  1. says:

    Persons who are visited by the Angel quiver 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 life.I should probably confess I am a shameless lover of The Phantom of the Opera musical, which I have seen many and not enough times, as well as the 2004 movie version starring Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum I think the story, the setting, and the music make up one of the most beautiful displays of love and loneliness that I have ever seen It can also be incredibly sexy, but that might have a little something to do with Mr Butler.The musical version is truly wonderful If you re curious, watch this wonderful scene from the movie There s just so much love and sadness wrapped up in just a two and a half minute reprise Honestly, this story is one of the few things that thaws my cold, unromantic heart Christine In the night there was music in my mindAnd through music my soul began to soarAnd I heard...


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    Excellent, marvelous A phantasmagorical haha PERFECTION This is one true House of Horrors, perhaps the best one ever orchestrated maybe discounting Poe Yes, EVER The prose is so simple, so readable, that the barest of essentials are there, in all their power and glory the haunted house, the victim lover, the victimizer lover, the clandestine meetings, the haunted past, the switch over of protagonists, the uncertainty caused by one elegant overflow of optical illusions, the Victorian conventions all intended to spook the hell out of a reader that s totally in awe of the way a classic story can be so expertly conveyed Both this Dracula are revolutionary in that uberentertaining way in which the plot is given to us through letters and witness accounts Yes, the only way to be frightened is to have the monster in the backdrop, a perpetual threat that s under the velvet curtain It is truly, TRULY I want to scream out my window delicious how nobody from the Paris Opera knows exactly what the phantom looks like, how they all put up their own fears projected unto the myth who, I must admit, is a true turn of the century bad ass a Micheal Myers combined with Hannibal Lecter you must meet this version he s a maniacal and romantic phantom than the musicals I could not ask for in a book, its brevity is bittersweet you wish there were details, certainties this effect, of course, is genius its use of freak show conven...


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    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 pus...


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    Le Fant me de l Op ra The Phantom of the Opera, Gaston LerouxThe Phantom of the Opera is a novel by French writer Gaston Leroux It was first published as a serialization in Le Gaulois from 23 September 1909, to 8 January 1910 It was published in volume form in late March 1910 by Pierre Lafitte In Paris in the 1880s, the Palais Garnier opera house is believed to be haunted by an entity known as the Phantom of the Opera, or simply the Opera Ghost A stagehand named Joseph Buquet is found hanged and the rope around his neck goes missing At a gala performance for the retirement of the opera house s two managers, a young little known Swedish soprano, Christine Daa , is called upon to sing in the place of the Opera s leading soprano, Carlotta, who is ill, and her performance is an astonishing success The Vicomte Raoul de Chagny, who was present at the performance, recognizes her as his childhood playmate and recalls his love for her He attempts to visit her backstage, where he hears a man complimenting her from inside her dressing room He investigates the room once Christine leaves, only to find it empty At Perros Guirec, Christine meets with Raoul, who confronts her about the voice he heard in her room Christine tells him she has been tutored by ...


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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 able to fall asleep on a bed made of money every night It s not my favorite show, is what I m saying in fact, I don t even really like the show, come to think of it which begs the question of why I read this book in the first place, but whatever So, with all that in mind, Madeline Reviews Inc now presents Why The Phantom of the Opera the Book Is, Somehow, Worse Than The Stage Show And Every Movie Version Released So Far Everyone in the book is a moron Like, even than they are in the show I got about halfway through the book when I realized, Wait a minute, was I supposed to be surprised by the revelation that the Phantom and Christine s tutor are the same guy Haven t we known that from, like, page twenty Even if I hadn t seen any other versions, I feel sure I would have figured it out come on, the story is about people trying to learn the identity of a mysterious, invisible guy and the title of the book is The Phantom of the Opera...


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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 conducted shadow should Gaston Leroux who popularized an entire sub genre of detective fiction called locked room mystery through his works like The Mystery of the Yellow Room and his fictional amateur sleuth, Joseph Rouletabille is most renowned for his suspense romance drama novel The Phantom of the Opera easily one among the most adapted novels in literary history Originally published as a series in French daily newspaper Le Gaulois between 1909 and 1910, this terrific tale of suspense and maniacal passion was published as a novel in 1910 This romantic drama with a dark angle narrates the love triangle between the key characters of Christine, an opera singer Erik, a man with a horrible facial deformity and who is living unknown to others in the Opera house, introduces himself just as a voice to her initially and trains her in fine tuning her singing and Raoul, her childhood friend who is in love with her The passion and possessiveness arising from the love and a string of violent and terrifying events that happen in an Opera house in which the legend of an Opera Ghost is thriving drives this story forward Erik, who had been never ...


  7. says:

    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 quiet slowly and takes a careful peek The shadowy in gaslight, reddish walls give a strange ambiance, but there is nothing around, the door is quickly 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 e...


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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 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 wit...


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    The Phantom of the Opera is about a mystery at the Opera Garnier in Paris, where a soprano singer, Christine Dae , vanished off the stage one evening Suspicions lead to the Phantom Taking the case, our narrator unveils the truth about the Phantom who haunts the opera house with written memoirs, interviews, and other evidence The narrator finds out that the Phantom was not an apparition, but an eccentric, deformed male named Erik, who lived under the opera house Did he take the young, beautiful soprano and why Honestly, what a dark, creepy tale of an overly obsessed, possessive, childlike, deranged lunatic It was really haunting I wonder why I thought the movie was romantic Why did I want Christine to be with the phantom It must have been the singing, and the mysterious figure played by the handsome swoon Gerard Butler Side note I fell in love with him watching P.S I Love You That accent Back to the review He deceived the poor girl, and wanted love in return When she could not return his love, because of his repulsive nature, he went mad He had a tantrum, and he reacted in violence By taking Christine by force, and threatening her life was ...


  10. says:

    Well, that was melodramatic.Because I quit a book last week, I forced myself to finish this one I can finish anything on audio, thought I I am not a quitter, 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 bad a thing.This read was torture Pure torture I finished it but did not have a good time You don t love me But you will Sorry Erik but no No I won t Feel free to keep trying You must know that I am made of death, from head to foot, and it is a corpse who loves you and adores you and will never, never leave you Hmmm, slightly tempting But no And here s why This story has the lovely gothic trappings that one would expect an opera ghost who hides in the shadows, a helpless damsel and loads of secret passageways and hidden rooms where ominous things happen But It was boring.There, I said it It s rather a dry read, goes off on tedious tangents about missing money for hours felt like hours anyway and the narration was a wee bit on the stuffy side, making it easy for me to doze off It also features a love trian...

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