The Phantom of the Opera

Penguin Books
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     The ghastly, masked Erik in love with beautiful songtress Christine is familiar to theatre and cinema audiences but the original thriller that inspired the 1922 movie and later Andrew Lloyd Webber, remains largely unread. Written in 1911 it has all the markings of a sensational novel. In the opening pages the stage-hand Buquet is found swinging silently from a rope between two panels of scenery; the dancers twitter excitedly and rumours fly about the eerie sightings of the Opera 'ghost-head' and disembodied voices heard in Box 5. To the final page the story is narrated with agitated sincerity as the complex hold Christine and Erik have over one another is gradually revealed. A master of concealment, foresaken by society and left to depend to his keen wits and ingenuity Erik plays on the fears and vanities of Paris society and ultimately the novel is more tragedy than thriller. (Kirkus UK)

      When the new managers of the Paris Opera House ignore their predecessors warnings about the hideous Opera ghost stalking the theatre, it is a fatal mistake. Tortured by unrequited love for the beautiful young singer Christine, the mysterious figure living in the depths beneath them has been awaiting his chance to strike. And when Christine suddenly disappears after a triumphant singing performance, it becomes clear that the phantom's time has come. Filled with colour and theatrical spectacle, this thrilling gothic tale has enthralled readers with its mystery, eerie suspense and tragic story of love turned into deadly obsession.

Nr. pagini: 270

ISBN: 9780140624175

Format: 11x18 cm

Editie: Brosata/Lucioasa

Limba: Engleza

Autori: Gaston Leroux

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