Phantom of the Opera Has Run on Broadway for Over Thirty Years and Been Translated Into Multiple Languages: The Secret of Success
His character in this book is very complex. Although the Opera Ghost is very ugly physically and mentally, through his actions, we can find much beauty.
The writer of the play shows that every person has his good side despite the negative deeds each one does. The play puzzles me how phantom let’s go Christine and wishes her well in her love endeavors despite his stand all along to never bow down to defeat. The character of phantom changes at the end of the play where he is seen as a reasonable person unlike in the past where he is seen as a ruthless guy. The high point in the play is when phantom threatens to kill him and the whole opera house if he could not have Christine for himself (Francis & Leroux, 2007). The low moment is when the phantom lets Christine go and ask her to come for his burial, this scene leaves the viewers remorseful.
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