The phantom of the opera is mostly about a girl named christine daae (di-a), a ballet dancer at the paris opera house she is the musical student of a man who most call the opera ghost but who she calls the angel of music. And the picture of the phantom taking of his mask and revealing that obnoxious, repulsive face, is deeply carved in my mind without any exaggeration, it was like the book was speaking to me. The phantom of the opera: the original novel [gaston leroux] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the novel that inspired the lon chaney film and the hit musical the wildest and most fantastic of tales --new york times book review. The phantom of the opera is romantic musical theater hokum in the grand manner - hokum cordon blue - and it justifies the feverish buildup that has given it a $16,500,000 advance it's good for. A detailed discussion of the writing styles running throughout the phantom of the opera the phantom of the opera including including point of view, structure, setting, language, and meaning.
The phantom of the opera is written by jennifer bassett the story is kind of sad there is a beautiful and famous opera house in paris, which is the biggest opera house in the world. Follow me on twitter and instagram: @readingbukowski buy 'the phantom of the opera': disclaimer: if you buy the book through. When the phantom begins to kill and cause damage to the opera house, the dancer's heroic suitor sets out to stop the phantom once and for all with great music and stunning sets, this is the best version of the tale on film. The phantom of the opera gaston leroux harper perennial (1911) 360 pages classic / mystery / drama purchase it from amazon here my first exposure to the phantom of the opera was through the stage musical when i was in junior highit was big and loud and bombastic.
“the phantom of the opera” is a french novel by the writer gaston leroux that was originally published in 1909 as a serialization in a magazine called le gaulois the novel was based on real historical events at the paris opera that happened during the 1800’s and urban legends from the area. The setting of the phantom of the opera is the paris opera house, also known as the palais garnier it was an actual theater that opened in 1875 and was commissioned by napoleon iii the chief. Annual report to the community board of directors careers visit directions & parking ‘the phantom of the opera’ retains its luster review: the phantom of the opera contains explicit language review: ‘the book of mormon’ on broadway retains its charms × know before you go preview the content of this show at the links below. 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.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the phantom of the opera, get familiar there’s drama, freaky supernatural stuff, a great soundtrack, unrequited love, and gerard butler in tight pants there’s drama, freaky supernatural stuff, a great soundtrack, unrequited love, and gerard butler in tight pants. The book did not sell well, and has even been out of print several times lon cheney as the phantom the first successful adaptation of leroux’s “phantom” was in 1925 when universal studios produced a silent film with lon chaney. The phantom of the opera (reading book) the phantom of the opera (reading book) book phantom of the opera 4,022 views share like luna61 luna phantom of the opera book report akmal cikmat phantom of the opera main character ameera akhtar. 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. In the original book, erik transforms christine from a mediocre, innocent opera singer to a passionate, sexualized and ostentatious artist by having her perform his own compositions, effectively transforming her into his own protege.
The phantom of the opera the 2004 film, the phantom of the opera, directed by joel schumacher , is an adaptation of the broadway musical the phantom of the opera, music and book by andrew llyod webber. The title of this book spoofs the title of the classic piece of literature, the phantom of the opera and its movie adaptations particularly, the 1925 movie starring lon chaney sr as erik the phantom the tv episode is more a spoof of the 1986 musical by andrew lloyd webber. Phantom of the opera book report 1 the book i chose was ‘the phantom of the opera’, originally known as ‘le fantome le i’opera’, written by a french author, gaston leroux it was first published in english in 1911, and originally published in french in 1910 as a serialisation in le gaulois.
The phantom of the opera questions and answers the question and answer section for the phantom of the opera is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel. The phantom of the opera is one of the most remade stories with over 150 remakes of movies, television shows, books, comics, documentaries, children shows, translations and even radio broadcasts the most famous ones being the 1911 original book by gaston leroux, the later phantom by susan kay, the musical composed by andrew lloyd webber and the movie by andrew lloyd webber and directed by. I chose the book “the phantom of the opera” because i had heard from my teacher that it is a wonderful story i expected that this book would be about a phantom which lives in the opera house the story takes place in brittany, france the story is about christine when christine starts singing in the opera house the phantom is always there.