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The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux
Characters
Erik/Opera Ghost/Phantom (P:1) the story’s main character, an exquisite singer who hides his disfigured face behind a mask. Erik wreaks havoc on the opera house, he knows everything nook and cranny and is able to hide, vanish, or move freely between walls and floors.
Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny (P:2) is the younger brother of Philippe. He has carried a flame for Christine since their youth, and becomes jealous of Erik, who also wants to share in the love of Christine.
Philippe Georges Marie, Comte de Chagny (P:2) the elder brother of Raoul. He is also a love interest of La Sorelli.
Christine Daa (P:2) Daughter of M. Daae, who she was extremely attached to. The Phantom, who has become extremely
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The Enchanted Violin The connection of Raoul and Christine is finally revealed, as well as her deep attachment to the Angel of Music. Christine sends a letter to Raoul telling him that she is going to mourn her father in Perros. Raoul goes with Christine and the two witness a violin performance, given by, who Christine believes, the angel of her deceased father (61-81).
6. A Visit to Box Five M. Poligny and M. Dibienne go to investigate box five. They both see a figure but it disappears before they can make out who it was, they decide their eyes are playing tricks on them because each of the figures they thought they saw is different. When they finally investigate box five, they find nothing of significance (82-85).
7. Faust and What Followed War has been declared upon the opera’s new managers by the opera ghost. The ghost, however, offers a truce through a letter he sends. M. Moncharmin and M. Firmin again dismisses the warnings. So, the phantom brings the grand chandelier down (86-104).
8. The Mysterious Brougham Raoul becomes enraged when he catches a glimpse of Christine, who has disappeared for two weeks following the grand chandelier catastrophe, riding in a brougham, which he perceives as romantically with a male figure

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