The Phantom of the Opera, Gaston Leroux
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Gaston Leroux

The Phantom of the Opera

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b8465537998has quoted6 months ago
fearing lest other ears than those present might overhear
Wisloe Drake
Wisloe Drakehas quoted2 years ago
Do you understand that word "ripple?"… IT IS A SOUND WHICH YOU HEAR WITH YOUR TONGUE!… You put your tongue out of your mouth to listen to it better
Natalie Hale
Natalie Halehas quoted2 years ago
None will ever be a true Parisian who has not learned to wear a mask of gaiety over his sorrows and one of sadness, boredom or indifference over his inward joy. You know that one of your friends is in trouble; do not try to console him: he will tell you that he is already comforted; but, should he have met with good fortune, be careful how you congratulate him: he thinks it so natural that he is surprised that you should speak of it. In Paris, our lives are one masked ball
Hailey Crosthwaite
Hailey Crosthwaitehas quoted3 years ago
There you are! Pi
mairintoelando
mairintoelandohas quoted3 years ago
es, the Valse Lente from Sylvia and the Pizzicati from Coppelia. Mlle.
Марина Жарова
Марина Жароваhas quoted4 years ago
They are sound asleep," he said. "Very curious business! Some person unknown must have interfered with the gas–man and his staff… and that person unknown was obviously working on behalf of the kidnapper … But what a funny idea to kidnap a performer on the stage!… Send for the doctor of the theater, please." And Mifroid repeated, "Curious, decidedly curious business!"
Марина Жарова
Марина Жароваhas quoted4 years ago
No, no, I’m not raving… Besides, we shall soon see…"
He got out of bed, put on a dressing
Марина Жарова
Марина Жароваhas quoted4 years ago
aglow with it.
"What are you
Марина Жарова
Марина Жароваhas quoted4 years ago
and there was no display of anger, but only of horror and dismay, the sort of dismay which men would have felt if they had witnessed the catastrophe that broke the arms of the Venus de Milo… And even then they would have seen… and understood…
Марина Жарова
Марина Жароваhas quoted4 years ago
They might have been civil, for all that!" said Moncharmin. "Did you notice how they treat us with regard to Carlotta, Sorelli and Little Jammes?"
"Why, my dear fellow, these two are mad with jealousy! To think that they went to the expense of, an advertisement in the Revue Theatrale! Have they nothing better to do?"
"By the way," said Moncharmin, "they seem to be greatly interested in that little Christine Daae!"
Марина Жарова
Марина Жароваhas quoted4 years ago
Picture the corps de ballet scuttling down
Марина Жарова
Марина Жароваhas quoted4 years ago
And he has no dress–coat and no head! All that talk about his death’s head and his head
Марина Жарова
Марина Жароваhas quoted4 years ago
silly little fool
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