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  • Essay On A Dog

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    Most of Wyatt’s prepper friends warned him that bringing a dog into the bunker would create a new set of problems to be dealt with, such as extra medical supplies, storing food, and creating space for her to run and relieve herself, but as Wyatt saw it, he didn’t have a wife or kids to stock supplies for so he had space to spare. He kept Sugar on a diet that consisted of dry kibble and a variety of homemade meals and treats which were made from ingredients he would already have in the bunker stores

  • Gaston County Jail Field Trip

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    For this field trip. I learned that the Gaston County Jail is a large facility for people to stay in, and that there was a higher population of males than females. I also learned that Gastonia contains a lot of interesting buildings and sites to see, including a rebuilt building called Loray Mills (an apartment/loft building). My favorite part of this specific field trip was definitely Loray Mills. Me and my father are going to be moving within the year and it definitely opened my eyes for a possible

  • The Phantom of the Opera Essay

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    The Phantom of the Opera is a novel written by Gaston Leroux. The novel takes place in Paris. The exact time is unknown but would be around 1910. The reviews from the critics are very different. Although Gaston Leroux's The Phantom of the Opera has not generally been highly commended by critics, many would agree that there are several elements that prove Leroux to be a talented writer. One of the strongest elements in the novel is the narrator's voice. The narrator is on a quest

  • Movie And Movie: The Phantom Of The Opera

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    But almost no one recall the original novel of Gaston Leroux, which, as I personally think, undeservedly forgotten. I have read the original novel after watching the movie and the musical. In this work I would like to compare the novel and the movie to each other. For comparison I have chose the movie

  • Gaston Leroux's The Phantom Of The Opera

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    The Phantom of the Opera The Phantom of the Opera, by Gaston Leroux, is an intense story that keeps readers intrigued with complex and mysterious characters. Readers are told the stories of the lives of four different characters. Each character’s story is told in a different way over the course of the entire book. Set in Paris, France in the late 1800’s, The Phantom of the Opera tells the tale of a love triangle between a young woman, her childhood sweetheart, and a mysterious man believed

  • Phantom Of The Opera Essay

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    with an estimated gross of $5.6 billion worldwide.” In Phantom of the Opera, the use of beautiful costumes, music, and the set together create one of the most loved shows around the world. Before Phantom appeared on Broadway, it started as a novel. Gaston Leroux wrote the novel in 1910. After the novel, it turned into a movie and then became the musical that people now know and love. Phantom first took the stage on January 26, 1988. According to Kelso, J. (2013), “The show has been performed in 13

  • Analysis Of Phantom Of The Opera

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    filmmaker may believe that their film is amazing, but the success of the film truly lies in the hands of the audience. Every successful movie has appealed to an audience, but one has stood out for many years. Webber scratched the extra nonsense from Gaston Leroux’s version of Phantom of the Opera; and he focused on the elements that appeal to an audience. Any audience, young or old, all enjoy mystery, romance, sensuality, and a Byronic hero. Andrew Lloyd Webber was able to create the most successful

  • Gaston Leroux Research Paper

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    Born on May 6th, 1868 in Paris, Gaston Leroux came from a wealthy family. He attended law school in Paris and graduated with a degree in 1889. Leroux had a very normal life as a child; he was good at a lot of things. His father was a successful rich shipbuilder therefore, he was good at sailing, swimming, and fishing. Before this French playwright wrote plays he worked as a clerk in a law office. Although, he inherited a large sum of money after his father’s death, they were spent lavishly on alcohol

  • The Only Mask Deep

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    Only Mask Deep All is silent and still on a foggy Parisian night, when suddenly a single rapport of pistol fire breaks the calm. Most people associated gunfire to that of an ominous sound, but to Gaston Leroux it was reason for celebration. Night air gunfire meant that Leroux had completed another novel. Every novel he wrote ended with a single shot (V. Leroux). Welcoming a novel in this way was classic Leroux; big, bold, audacious, with a touch of the flamboyant (Mackintosh 6). In 1889, Leroux

  • Comparing The Novels In Gaston Leroux's 'Phantom Of The Opera'

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    Disaster to a Masterpiece Many novels get made into movies which are typically worse than the book, not in this case. The novel Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux is not a good read because of all of the faults but when the novel gets revised by Andrew Lloyd Weber into a Broadway production, it becomes an amazing work of art. In the novel Gaston Leroux has a storyline that is difficult to understand because of how the novel is written. Leroux was a journalist before he wrote the Phantom of the