He returned to the country, wandering from fair to fair, and, one day, one Professor Valerius heard them and took them to Gothenburg. The plot, often described as a horror romance, centers on a phantom that haunts the Grand Paris Opera House. Although they do not know, the Phantom is listening to their love whisper and is totally enraged. Everyone remarks that the retiring managers look cheerful. Raoul dines alone, and late at night Raoul hears Christine leave her room for the graveyard church.
The kiss has a magical effect. Trying to save the play, owners let the ballet on the stage. Carlotta refuses to sing on. The next item is a chandelier that was broken but has been repaired. Firmin assume that the man in the mask is a practical joke being played on them by the old managers of the house. She tells him that she still loves him but refuses to leave with him.
In the book the creator by Gaston Leroux, it was birth defect, he was taught to wear a mask at an early age In the 1925, with Lon Chaney the Phantom's face was a severe aging process, he must hide his face. Leroux also heard of an incident upstairs in which a magnificent chandelier lost one of its counterweights to gravity, resulting in the death of one person and injury to many others. The two hear a violin performance from someone that they cannot see and Christine says that she thinks that it is her father or the Angel of Music. He then returns her to the surface. Some hours later she awakes through the music made by the Phantom. Christine agrees to marry Erik.
He knows that he loves Christine from a young age and intends to do whatever he can to express this love to her. After the show he invites her for dinner, but Christine refuses. During this time, the farewell ceremony of the managers is taking place. Back at the Palais Garnier, the new managers receive a letter from the Phantom demanding that they allow Christine to perform the lead role of Marguerite in , and that box 5 be left empty for his use, lest they perform in a house with a curse on it. When he managed to escape from there, the teenager found refuge in the theater. She informs Raoul that she is going to Perros, to pay respects to her dead father. His real name is Eric, and he lives in the lake below the Opera House.
Later, Christine's childhood friend Raoul, the Vicomte de Changy and patron of the Opera House, comes to visit her in her dressing room. It was first published as a serialization in from 23 September 1909, to 8 January 1910. Follow his instructions or bad things will happen. It is now six months since the chandelier incident and Raoul and Christine have secretly become engaged. Later she unmasks him and the Phantom is furious with her.
As he leaves, the Phantom, angry at Raoul's familiarity with his protégée, commands Christine to look in the mirror. Meanwhile, His pupil falls in love with the Vicomte de Chagny, but the Phantom is in love with Christine, his student. This version starred as the phantom. Near the end of the story Christine displays courage when she saves Raoul and the Persian through her agreement to marry Erik. While rehearsing at the Opera Populaire, where weird and unexplainable things happen, she captures the attention and the heart of The Phantom, or as the Opera Populaire call him. The novel is based on true events.
The Phantom then gives Christine the difficult desicion: she can either stay with the Phantom and Raoul who has been tied up by the Phantom goes free, or she refuses the Phantom and Raoul dies but Christine goes free. The son of a wealthy shop owner, Leroux went to boarding school in Normandy and later studied law in Paris, earning a degree in 1889. He sings passionately of his love. When Raoul sees Christine, he admits to her that he loves her but she laughs at him. After nearly drowning, he shows up in the Phantom's lair to save Christine.
At the same time, Erik shows courage in his struggle to redeem his soul from isolation. Raoul, Andre, and Firmin are positive the Phantom will make an appearance so they set a trap. He accuses her of being in love with someone else and tells her what he heard from the mysterious man in her dressing room. Raoul is heartbroken, assuming that Christine has already pledged her heart to another. If you mean the 2004 movie by Joel Schumacher only Christine diesbut it never tells how. A man, who she has known for some time, name Raoul, sees her sing and remembers her. She made rapid progress and became quite charming.
During the Ball the Phantom appears, dressed as the Red Death. They are reunited after her debut at the party at the opera house at the beginning of the book. Christine tries not to think of him, and makes immense progress as a singer. He demanded that the main role in the new opera performed Christine. Viscount decided to catch the Phantom. Giry, the mother of little Meg. Heartbroken, the Phantom destroys the mirrors and escapes through a secret passage just before the mob shows up.
In the epilog, Leroux claims that the story is true and that Erik did exist. Christine decides to stay with the Phantom and tells him that he is not alone. The plot, often described as a horror romance, centers on a phantom that haunts the Grand Paris Opera House. After inviting her to a party and leaving to prepare for the ride, Christine is locked in her room and hears singing. Giry told to viscount a story of Phantom.