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The Phantom Of The Opera

Should the Phantom be pitied? What about his childhood story humanizes him afterwitnessing his actions towards Christine and the other inhabitants of the opera house? What do his actions at the end of the story tell you about the Phantom's true character?
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joe bispels

on 8 December 2010

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Transcript of The Phantom Of The Opera

The Phantom Of The Opera Should the Phantom be Pitied? What about his childhood humanizes him? What do his actions at the end of the story tell us of his true character? He was treated as a monster as a child He acted out of love for Christine,
however, he did become violent He was an act in a circus,
used to make money In the end the Phanton lets
Christine go with Raul, knowing
she truly loves him. We see a rose left by
Christine's graveside
proving the Phantom's
love for her
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