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Le Parfum de la dame en noir

Le Parfum de la dame en noir extrait LE mariage de M Robert Darzac et de Mlle Mathilde Stangerson eut lieu Paris Saint Nicolas du Chardonnet le avril dans la plus stricte intimit Un peu plus de deux ann es s taient donc

  • Title: Le Parfum de la dame en noir
  • Author: Gaston Leroux
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  • Page: 306
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  • extrait LE mariage de M Robert Darzac et de Mlle Mathilde Stangerson eut lieu Paris, Saint Nicolas du Chardonnet, le 6 avril 1895, dans la plus stricte intimit Un peu plus de deux ann es s taient donc coul es depuis les v nements que j ai rapport s dans un pr c dent ouvrage, v nements si sensationnels qu il n est point t m raire d affirmer ici qu un aussi courtextrait LE mariage de M Robert Darzac et de Mlle Mathilde Stangerson eut lieu Paris, Saint Nicolas du Chardonnet, le 6 avril 1895, dans la plus stricte intimit Un peu plus de deux ann es s taient donc coul es depuis les v nements que j ai rapport s dans un pr c dent ouvrage, v nements si sensationnels qu il n est point t m raire d affirmer ici qu un aussi court laps de temps n avait pu faire oublier le fameux Myst re de la Chambre Jaune Celui ci tait encore si bien pr sent tous les esprits que la petite glise e t t s rement envahie par une foule avide de contempler les h ros d un drame qui avait passionn le monde, si la c r monie nuptiale n avait t tenue tout fait secr te, ce qui avait t assez facile dans cette paroisse loign e du quartier des coles Seuls, quelques amis de M Darzac et du professeur Stangerson, sur la discr tion desquels on pouvait compter, avaient t invit s J tais du nombre j arrivai de bonne heure l glise, et mon premier soin, naturellement, fut d y chercher Joseph Rouletabille J avais t un peu d u en ne l apercevant pas, mais il ne faisait point de doute pour moi qu il d t venir et, dans cette attente, je me rapprochai de Me Henri Robert et de Me Andr Hesse qui, dans la paix et le recueillement de la petite chapelle Saint Charles, voquaient tout bas les plus curieux incidents du proc s de Versailles, que l imminente c r monie leur remettait en m moire Je les coutais distraitement en examinant les choses autour de moi

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    1. Gaston Leroux

      Gaston Louis Alfred Leroux was a French journalist and author of detective fiction.In the English speaking world, he is best known for writing the novel The Phantom of the Opera Le Fant me de l Op ra, 1910 , which has been made into several film and stage productions of the same name, such as the 1925 film starring Lon Chaney, and Andrew Lloyd Webber s 1986 musical It was also the basis of the 1990 novel Phantom by Susan Kay.Leroux went to school in Normandy and studied law in Paris, graduating in 1889 He inherited millions of francs and lived wildly until he nearly reached bankruptcy Then in 1890, he began working as a court reporter and theater critic for L cho de Paris His most important journalism came when he began working as an international correspondent for the Paris newspaper Le Matin In 1905 he was present at and covered the Russian Revolution Another case he was present at involved the investigation and deep coverage of an opera house in Paris, later to become a ballet house The basement consisted of a cell that held prisoners in the Paris Commune, which were the rulers of Paris through much of the Franco Prussian war.He suddenly left journalism in 1907, and began writing fiction In 1909, he and Arthur Bern de formed their own film company, Soci t des Cin romans to simultaneously publish novels and turn them into films He first wrote a mystery novel entitled Le myst re de la chambre jaune 1908 The Mystery of the Yellow Room , starring the amateur detective Joseph Rouletabille Leroux s contribution to French detective fiction is considered a parallel to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle s in the United Kingdom and Edgar Allan Poe s in America Leroux died in Nice on April 15, 1927, of a urinary tract infection.

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    1. Πραγματικά λυπάμαι πάρα πολύ κάθε φορά που "αναγκάζομαι" να φιλοδωρήσω οποιοδήποτε βιβλίο -πόσο μάλλον αστυνομικό- με ένα αστεράκι. Από την άλλη,είδα αρκετές μονάστερες κριτικές άλλων αναγνωστών και λέω "ΟΚ,δεν είμαι εγώ η υπερβολική." Μπορεί να είναι έργο του Gaston Leroux και σέ [...]


    2. Please don't read this review if you have not read "The Mystery of the Yellow Room". I got this via the Kindle, but it is not showing up on except as a paperback book. I should have maybe passed this by once the introduction even said that this book was not as great as The Mystery of the Yellow Room. We have a sequel to that book with characters we have already met from the previous book. Joseph Rouletabille and Sanclair are back. It has been two years since Rouletabille has solved "The Mystery [...]


    3. Πιστεύω πως έχασα το χρόνο μου διαβάζοντας το. Είναι ασυνήθιστα δακρύβρεχτο με ένα τρόπο που με έκανε πάρα πολύ να δυσκολευτώ να προχωρήσω, από τις λίγες φορές που ένα βιβλίο απ' αυτά που χρησιμοποιώ για το φαγητό και πριν τον ύπνο - το αντίστοιχο των μπλόκμπάστερ, σε βιβλίο - [...]


    4. 3,5/5Découvert via un très chouette livre audio ! Le texte et le style sont savoureux, l'histoire plutôt agréable à suivre, mais j'ai trouvé le mystère assez peu prenant et les explications finales pas très crédibles.


    5. I much preferred this over the first Joseph Rouletabille book, The Mystery of the Yellow Room. This felt more crafted than the first, which is quite a feat considering the first one was nothing to sneeze at. The reader learns more about Rouletabille this round, back to his childhood and what sparks his memories of the lady in black in the first book. It's not required to read The Mystery of the Yellow Room first, but I think it enhances the reading to already have a little idea as to who this Ro [...]


    6. I gave up on this book less than 25% into it. First reason is that the solving or even understanding of the mystery requires a familiarity with the map of the castle. Being as this was an e-book, there was no map. Second reason was I that although I thoroughly enjoyed "Phantom of the Opera" and managed to finish "The Yellow Room," this was just too overwritten, overblown, and just downright purple. Consider this--there's a horrific storm blowing outside. The narrator goes to check on the main ch [...]


    7. This book is a suspenseful but overwrought mystery by the author of The Phantom of the Opera. The book is very atmospheric but it is steeped in so much detail and overheated drama that it is at times hard to follow the actual of progress of the solution of the mystery.


    8. Le parfum de la dame est noir suit le mystère de la Chambre Jaune pour lequel j’ai, je l’avoue, une préférence. C’est un bon roman policier du 19ème, mais je dois admettre que certains bouts de l’intrigue m’ont complètement perdue, à commencer par le croquis et les appellations des différents lieux du château qui me faisaient penser à un cours de géométrie au collège : « La tour A était parallèle à la tour A’. A’ était elle-même perpendiculaire au puits P, dont la [...]


    9. Comme pour le premier l'histoire est extremement interessante, le mystere est fabuleux et jaime bcp plus Rouletabille ds celui ci.


    10. I began it just after the "mistery of the yellow chamber" let's see. for now i still have to face the descriptions a bit too long of the castle! i think i will pass a few pages ;))


    11. The story line is a sequel to The Mystery of the Yellow Room. It has the same characters and villain. Larsen is supposed to be dead. People keep seeing him in train stations, on a boat, etc Is he really dead? He is a master of disguise. I liked the story, it was very Gothic and spooky. Part of this takes place in Paris, the other part is set in an old castle. The mystery is based on rooms in the castle. My Kindle version had a map, but I was too lazy to go back and forth. You get very detailed d [...]


    12. Le Parfum de la dame en noir n'est pas un échec comme les autres. Le lecteur du Mystère de la chambre jaune s'attend peut-être, en lisant le titre, à un policier énigmatique et sensuel, embelli de l'aura des salons parisiens où Gaston Leroux invoque pour la première fois l'héroïne éponymeMalheureusement, c'est un récit puéril, une esquisse indigne, inutile et désuète, qui voit Gaston Leroux tenter de donner corps à une longue série de livres, tout en négligeant de tisser l'intri [...]


    13. La suite du livre "Le mystère de la chambre jaune" où on comprend enfin le lien entre l'incroyable enquêteur Rouletabille, et le mystérieux assassin qu'il poursuit ou qui le poursuit?Un superbe roman policier! L'auteur a qui plus est une plume vraiment remarquable. Un grand roman et un grand auteur!


    14. Darker and more sinister than 'The Mystery of the Yellow Room', this sequel builds an almost gothic atmosphere, until it feels like the characters are imprisoned in their own drama. Silly and/or vague explanations of impossible events aside, this is another excellent thriller. Sadly the quality of the Rouletabille series declined after this.


    15. I gave it two stars because it is Gaston Leroux and admire him for his sharp mind.The book though was bad. Till the middle was totally mundane and very melodramatic. Then my interest was peeked but I was disappointed by the way the story was concluded. I am glad Larsan is finally dead because I don't want to read another book involving him and his amazing transformations.


    16. Way too confusing, in part because I haven’t read The Mystery in the Yellow Room, the first book. It was also confusing because the long booting description of the action. There were parts that got my attention and keep me reading. Over all not a very good book.





    17. Παιδιόθεν φανατική αναγνώστρια αστυνομικών μυθιστορημάτων, δεν μπορώ παρά να αγαπώ τον Γκαστόν Λερού, έναν από τους σημαντικότερους Γάλλους συγγραφείς αστυνομικής λογοτεχνίας, και τα locked room mysteries του, όπως "Το άρωμα της γυναίκας με τα μαύρα" (1908), γεμάτο σασπένς και ανατροπ [...]


    18. The follow up to 'The Mystery of the Yellow Room' is not as grand, but has a personal angle that is seldom seen in detective novels.


    19. , est la suite du livre "le mystère de la chambre jaune", pour ceux qui compte le lire.Franchement, je n'ai jamais lu une histoire aussi triste que celle-ci. Pour être honnête, je n'étais pas prête du tout pour ce que l'auteur nous a révélé dans ce livre malgré qu'on connaissait déjà qui était la mère de Rouletabille, à la fin de "le mystère de la chambre jaune". pense que la dose était un peu élevé cette fois avec le voyage en passé que l'auteur nous a fait, en nous racontant [...]


    20. A well crafted mystery. Especially recommended for anyone who read "The Mystery of the Yellow Room", since it explains Rouletabille's origins. Worth reading as a fine and early example of the locked room school of mystery writing.However, the writing didn't seem to be on par with the plot. As Holmes is viewed through the eyes of Watson, Rouletabille is brought to the reader through Sinclair; perhaps it's the translation, but the voice of Sinclair didn't ring true. It reminded me of Conrad's "Hea [...]


    21. É fácil compreender como uma geração alimentada a doses semanais de centenas de conteúdos policiais, desde série a livros, passando por filmes, seja um pouco mais difícil de contentar do que as anteriores, contudo, isso não significa que devamos perdoar tudo às narrativas antigas. Muito pelo contrário, fazê-lo seria desvalorizar os autores que realmente merecem reconhecimento. Sim, seria mais fácil encontrar um ideia original no início do século passado quando Gaston Leroux escreve [...]


    22. Encore un livre que j'avais lu lorsque j'étais enfant. Autant je me souvenais de certains dénouements dans le mystère de la chambre jaune, autant j'étais presque comme dans une première lecture dans celui-ci. J'ai toujours énormément de plaisir à lire les romans de Gaston Leroux, même si parfois, sa tendance à "allonger la sauce" avec une foule de détails (qui ne me semblent pas essentiels à l'intrigue) me donne parfois envie de hurler : "venons-en aux faits". J'imagine que cela fait [...]


    23. This book was a struggle for me from start to finish. Written in the early 1900's by the author of Phantom of the Opera, I thought it would be an interesting classic mystery story.I studied Victorian literature so I am not without patience for long novels with somewhat archaic sentence structure and language. But, this was beyond tedious for me. Leroux presents a classic "locked door mystery" but I just felt drowned in the tedium of his descriptions and explanations. I couldn't find a single thi [...]


    24. It's so many pages for such a tiny story, I read it quickly but was kind of disappointed. The author writes a lot about how dreadful the event will be and how it affects the characters. Everyone suspects everyone and everything but there's not much action. It felt empty and there's a lot of descriptions for the places where the action happens with detailed plans drawn in the book. Only the beginning of the story has a nice dose of suspense and revelations but it doesn't last long. And I didn't r [...]


    25. As with the Mystere de la chambre jaune, this was a great, old fashioned murder mystery. My only complaint is that both books hinged a lot on the physical layout of the buildings, which was apparently described in some diagrams that did not make it into the e-books I read. I'm looking forward to reading the last "Rouletabille" mysteries.


    26. Interessante e avvincente. Preferisco e consiglio sempre di iniziare con 'Il mistero della stanza gialla' e magari di leggerlo in lingua originale. Infatti alcune sfumature sintattiche, equivoci di parole e descrizioni sono costruttive del mistero e se ne apprezza il valore in lingua originale



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