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    Level 3 questions are generally thought-based questions that ask the reader to draw the material together thematically (as opposed to level 1, or fact-based questions, and level 2, or...

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    In Act Two of The Phantom of the Opera, Christine stars as the leading role on the opening night of Don Juan Triumphant. Although she is tasked with singing with Ubaldo Piangi, she soon discovers...

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    The initial inciting "incident"--or "crisis," we might say!--in Gaston Leroux's novel The Phantom of the Opera occurs after the new directors of the Paris Opera House, Armand Moncharmin and Firmin...

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    There are a lot of important characters in the Phantom of the Opera, so I will try to list them all: The Phantom of the Opera (aka Erik, the Opera Ghost, and the Angel of Music): titular character,...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    Beginning the movie with a black and white picture is an aesthetic ploy to create a feeling of nostalgia in spite of the beginning of the movie being only the end of the story. Some years have...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    The Phantom gives Christine a gold ring that she loses in Chapter XIII, if that's what you're referring to. It's not much of a gift, though, at least not one given in the spirit of generosity,...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    There are a couple similarities between Leroux's opera house and the Opera Garnier. The first is the grand stair case. In the novel, during the masquerade Erik makes his entrance as the Red Death...

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    The Phantom of the Opera is a novel by Gaston Leroux, in which the phantom is a real person, as we discover after getting familiar with the story. The phantom, or Erik, hides behind this made up,...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    This is actually a really interesting question! The format of the story is quite multimedia in nature. Leroux narrates many of the events as he imagines them happening (he gets quite deep inside...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    This is a really interesting question, and biblical application is not something that immediately comes to mind in The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux. Nevertheless, there are many biblical...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    Your question is a little vague. There are in effect two endings to the "story," and you don't indicate which "ending" you are asking about. The reason there are two endings is that the story of...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    One external conflict is between Erik, the Phantom, and the new Opera directors. They believe the Phantom is nothing more than a legend, at worst a bad joke, and do not comply with any of the...

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    The main conflict in the novel exists between Erik, the Phantom, and his pupil, Christine. It is from this where the other conflicts and subplots reveal themselves. Essentially, the conflict is...

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    Whether one should consider later film adaptations or Gaston Leroux`s original novel, The Phantom of the Opera, more effective really depends not on the works themselves but on the audience and...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    I believe it is when The Phantom, Christine, and Raoul are all in his lair because that is when the phantom realizes that what he is doing is wrong. Hope this helps! :)

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    There are several themes that carry throughout the novel (and which have been also used effectively in the Broadway musical version) that are enduring and reflect not only the society at the time...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    When the opera is sold, the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera sends the new owners a letter. He lists several rules for the use of Box 5, which is the best seat in the house. He says that Box 5...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    I have been looking throughout my copy of the book "The Phantom of the Opera" written by Gaston Leroux and translated into English by Lowell Bair. The introduction that you mentioned is contained...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    In Phantom of the Opera the central theme of reality versus appearances takes shape in three manifestations. The first is the opera house itself, the second is the Phantom's physical aspect and the...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    For a character list of The Phantom of the Opera, I would like to redirect you to the link noted below. There is also other information about the setting, themes, and plot that may also be of use...

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    In Chapter 12 of The Phantom of the Opera, Christine and Raoul escape to the top of the building and stroll along the tin roof watching Paris below. The Phantom follows them without their knowing...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    Erik, the Phantom, was born deformed. Leroux uses this information to demonstrate that even from birth and childhood, Erik had to fight for his place in society and acceptance. His own mother...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    I don't believe that Christine is wicked. Most of her actions and choices are not based on selfishness or a desire to harm others (emotionally or physically). She is simply a naive girl. Leroux...

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    The author uses the phantom as a symbol to represent the differences between what is only appearance and what is, indeed, reality. The fact that he wears a the mask is a cue to his need to be seen...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    I love this play! I can't believe it's been around for 100 years. Will there be celebrations all over? Is there a link besides through twitter where I can find out about related happenings? I...

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    The use of the mask helps the Phantom (erik) form his mysterious apperance. If you for the first time have watched or read the phantom of the opera you wouldnt know about his face untill it shows...

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    It is always interesting to think about the early lives of fictional characters, isn't it? The Phantom is particularly interesting because we want to know how he came to be the way he is. There...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    In "The Phantom of the Opera" as Christine is giving her final performance of Faust, the Phantom or Erik, kidnaps her while she is singing a particularly moving aria. The aria is one in which she...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    "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...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    well it would have been useful to mention what movie are u comparing the book with, right? because there lots of "Phantom of the opera" movies...if u do it and still need help, i can help you with...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    The rose is a symbol of love the black ribbon symbilizes Eriks signature. The monkey is what erik had to remind himself of his past

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    Enotes is a great source to find summaries, critiques and analyses of many different books. I provided a link below that will lead you to 3 different critiques. The second link provides a...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    If you want to write about the theme of identity, why not try to compare the phantom to the main character in the book The Stolen Child by Keith Donohue. That character also struggles with...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    A main theme of the play is the gap between appearance and reality. This theme is represented in a physical sense by the opera house, a simple theater on the surface but a labyrinth of tunnels and...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    According to Leroux, the story is based on a real ghost story about the Paris Opera House. There was a mysterious death of a opera singer during the time period. Eventually the story came to...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    Here are a few for starters: The cript of Christine's father is a symbol--the family name is DAAE pronounced "die" and she undoubtedly thinks of death as a friend having been orphaned and...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    This is such a great novel/musical! The main conflicts of man vs. man in this work are:1. The phantom vs. the directors of the opera. The phantom has long given his orders to the directors to...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    For starters, you've got the retiring directors of the opera telling the new ones about the Phantom and his demands. They go against them thinking the entire thing a joke and they receive a letter...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    The phantom symbolizes the contrast between what is real and what isn't. Wearing his mask, he's a man with whom Christine can sympathize. Without his mask, he is so horrible that Christine can no...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    A theme is a unifying idea or aspect in a work. In this instance, the theme of appearance could be explored. The phantom is two different people.When he has his mask on, he is a romantic, tragic...

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    Raoul dreams that he sees two eyes at the foot of his bed. He believes that they are the eyes of Erik, the phantom, and actually shoots his revolver in the direction.

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  • The Phantom of the Opera
    Vicomte is a title of a French nobleman that means count. Phillippe de Chagny is the count in this case, and he has a brother named Raoul. The de Chagny family is one of the oldest, most...

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