Le mystère de la chambre jaune #2020

Le mystère de la chambre jaune By Gaston Leroux Le myst re de la chambre jaune La porte de la chambre ferm e clef de l int rieur les volets de l unique fen tre ferm s eux aussi de l int rieur pas de chemin e Qui a tent de tuer Mlle Stangerson et surtout par o l assassin
  • Title: Le mystère de la chambre jaune
  • Author: Gaston Leroux
  • ISBN: 9782253005490
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Le mystère de la chambre jaune By Gaston Leroux
    Le mystère de la chambre jaune By Gaston Leroux La porte de la chambre ferm e clef de l int rieur , les volets de l unique fen tre ferm s, eux aussi, de l int rieur , pas de chemin e Qui a tent de tuer Mlle Stangerson et, surtout, par o l assassin a t il pu quitter la chambre jaune C est le jeune reporter Rouletabille, limier surdou et raisonnant par le bon bout de la raison, ce bon bout que l on reconna tLa porte de la chambre ferm e clef de l int rieur , les volets de l unique fen tre ferm s, eux aussi, de l int rieur , pas de chemin e Qui a tent de tuer Mlle Stangerson et, surtout, par o l assassin a t il pu quitter la chambre jaune C est le jeune reporter Rouletabille, limier surdou et raisonnant par le bon bout de la raison, ce bon bout que l on reconna t ce que rien ne peut le faire craquer , qui va trouver la solution de cet affolant probl me, au terme d une enqu te fertile en aventures et en rebondissements.Tenant en haleine le lecteur de la premi re la derni re page, Le Myst re de la chambre jaune est devenu un classique du roman criminel.
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    • 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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    • The Mystery of the Yellow Room, by Gaston Leroux, originally written in French as Le Myst re de la Chambre Jaune , in 1908 is the first book featuring the fictional reporter and amateur sleuth, Joseph Rouletabille With The Mystery of the Yellow Room, Gaston Leroux who is best known for his novel The Phantom of the Opera popularized an entire subgenre of detective fiction named as locked room mystery and this work is often regarded as one of the finest in this genre.The book literally transport t [...]


    • The Mystery of the Yellow Room by Gaston Leroux is hailed as one of the first locked room crime novels It has been named by some as the third best locked room mystery of all time John Dickson Carr, master of the locked room and impossible crime himself, has sung its praises And it is credited with inspiring Agatha Christie to try her hand at her very first mystery So what do I, a mere book blogger, have to say about it Well, it s a decent mystery It s got some interesting elements But I can t sa [...]



    • 1.5I thought this book would never finish It was one of those stories in which there are no clues for the reader and the reader feels stupid and confused and the other characters in the book also are dense and don t see what s in front of them and ask stupid questions when the brilliant detective journalist sheds light on something Let s say the detective says the culprit went this way His companion asks how do you know that Dude, you don t have to be Sherlock Holmes to see there are muddy footp [...]


    • A locked room mystery which does not involve a murder, this 1907 French novel was written by the writer who gave The Phantom of the Opera to the world It contains red herrings aplenty and a rather annoying detective a smart alecky 18 year old pipe smoking genius who works as a journalist The narrator is Dr Watson to his Sherlock Holmes a stand in for the reader who is there to have plot points explained in a way that the most obtuse can understand There is little to no character development and [...]



    • El Misterio del Cuarto Amarillo es un libro del cual me esperaba mucho m s Me result harto pesado se me hizo muy dif cil navegar por p ginas plet ricas de narrativa enrevesada El final no me lo esperaba, eso s tengo que conceder no obstante, fue demasiado confuso y, en mi opini n, algo inveros mil.




    • Finally I brought myself to finish the lauded short novel The Mystery of the Yellow Room by Gaston Leroux It is hailed as one of the most original works of mystery fiction written and has been named as one of the pioneers of the locked room genre We are introduced to the young journalist Joseph Rouletabille who throws himself into the investigation of a mysterious murder at Chateau du Glandier A murder that takes place in a room that has been locked from the inside with no possible means of esca [...]


    • The Mystery of the Yellow Room is a locked room mystery novels written by Gaston Leroux Having read only his famous Phantom of the Opera, I was surprised to learn that he has authored books in mystery genre However, knowing the Leroux s capacity to create so dark and villainous characters, I was very much inclined to read this work which is the first novel introducing the reporter detective Joseph Rouletabille A murder was attempted in a closed room and the perpetrator has fled leaving few trace [...]


    • First written in 1908, The Mystery of the Yellow Room is considered one of the classics of the locked room impossible crime genre Believe me, by the time you finish reading about the crime never mind the rest of the book , you ll be scratching your head saying how on earth did this just happen It seems that one Mathilde Stangerson goes off to her room called The Yellow Room in a pavilion where she and her father work at scientific experiments The door is locked then she is heard to scream, follo [...]


    • This classic locked room mystery is by the author of The Phantom of the Opera The Mystery of the Yellow Room is the first in Leroux s eight book Joseph Rouletabille series Young Joseph is a journalist as was Leroux before he was able to support himself as an author Joseph is quite an entertaining lad.I had a problem keeping all of the characters straight, but still found it an enjoyable read, although a bit too complicated for my taste.Read it at gutenberg ebooks 1685 or listen at librivox myste [...]


    • Even though this was not a long book, I took my time with it I love locked room mystery novels and I had notes and highlights all through the version of the Kindle book that I own Written in 1908, The Mystery of the Yellow Room is one of the first locked room mystery crime novels The same man who wrote this, also wrote Phantom of the Opera He would go back and write a sequel to The Mystery of the Yellow Room , The Perfume of the Lady in Black Joseph Rouletabille 2 that was published in 1909 This [...]


    • The moon was shining brightly and I saw clearly that no one had touched the window Not only were the bars that protect it intact, but the blinds inside of them were drawn, as I had myself drawn them early in the evening, as I did every day, though Mademoiselle, knowing that I was tired from the heavy work I had been doing, had begged me not to trouble myself, but leave her to do it and they were just as I had left them, fastened with an iron catch on the inside The assassin, therefore, could not [...]



    • Seems everyone knows that Gaston Leroux wrote The Phantom of the Opera even those who haven t heard the author s name recognizes the title of the book thanks to the growing popularity over the years, the constant stage presence, etc Unfortunately Andrew Lloyd Weber didn t adapt Leroux s detective fiction into a musical so they re not as common.The first of his mysteries was this one published serially in 1907 Arthur Conan Doyle had Sherlock Holmes Gaston Leroux had Joseph Rouletabille Rouletabil [...]


    • I wanted to read this because it s one of the first locked room mysteries A woman was found attacked in her room, but the door was locked from the inside and there was no way for the attacker to escape The investigation takes many twists and turns and the ending is difficult to guess It was also interesting to see how other crime and mystery writers were influenced by Leroux s work.




    • Gaston Leroux is of course best known as the author of Phantom of the Opera but he was actually quite prolific He write quite a few mysteries, the most famous being The Mystery of the Yellow Room.This is the book that introduces his detective Rouletabille, and an interesting sleuth he is too He is in fact a newspaper reporter rather than a detective as such but as a crime solver he is second to none The most interesting thing about him though is that he is just 18 years old He s a boy genius det [...]


    • I wanted to read this because I knew the book had influenced Agatha Christie I now see why it influenced her it was a definite locked room mystery than, say, Poe s Murder in the Rue Morgue Yet, I can also understand that when Christie said she started writing mysteries because she thought she could do a better job than many of the books she d read Yellow Room was likely one of the books she meant I presume it was written originally as a serial novel, as so many were in the 19th century, and I g [...]



    • There s nothing I like than a good locked room mystery and this one fit the bill perfectly with a mysterious assassination attempt, intriguing clues and red herrings aplenty to keep the pages turning The final reveal came as a complete surprise to me even though I had thought I d worked it all out.Buddy read with Kim.


    • De lo mejorcito del g nero, sin lugar a dudas, en la rbita de los mejores de Agatha Christie se nota, y mucho, que Christie hab a le do a Leroux, pues le copia muchas cosas el detectivo hiperdeductivo y con un comportamento algo exc ntrico el compa ero que no se entera ni de la mitad trasunto del lector la misma manera de alejar el lector de la soluci n correcta del misterio la misma dosificaci n de la informaci n, etc Como ocurre en la mayor a de estas novelas, la soluci n acaba siendo m s senc [...]


    • 3,5 estrelas Recentemente impus a mim mesma o desafio de ler mais livros n o angl fonos e com ambienta es mais variadas a n vel da poca e da cultura em que a hist ria tem lugar Como sempre gostei de mist rios, quanto tomei conhecimento deste cl ssico do g nero, num estilo semelhante ao de Edgar Allan Poe, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle e Agatha Christie, fiquei logo com vontade de conhecer a obra do autor mais conhecido pelo seu famoso Fantasma da pera.Relativamente ao crime enigma, achei o mist rio do [...]


    • This was recommended by a friend when I was looking for books written and set right before the Great War, so I went into it knowing nothing other than that it was written by the author of Phantom of the Opera which I haven t read and that it was a mystery published in 1908 and set in the 1890s I m no the hugest mystery reader, but I enjoy them, and this was certainly an interesting specimen.The mystery is of the locked room variety The basic set up is as follows A scientist and his attractive 35 [...]


    • There is something contrived about a locked room mystery A crime has been committed, but it seems impossible as the criminal could not have escaped And yet Mlle Stangerson lies bleeding and at the edge of death Gaston Laroux, who is perhaps better known for The Phantom of the Opera, was a journalist who was well acquainted with criminal cases In The Mystery Of The Yellow Room, his hero is an eighteen year old journalist who goes by the name of Joseph Rouletabille who inserts himself into the cas [...]



    • Unas las primeras historias de misterio del tipo habitaci n cerrada , donde un crimen ocurre dentro de un cuarto aparentemene innaccesible En general me result muy entretenida y amena la lectura, siempre me mantuvo enganchado queriendo saber la resoluci n.En este tipo de historias la resoluci n tiene un peso muy importante porque ahi es donde se ve la creatividad del autor para resolver este caso que parec a imposible Como punto a favor se puede decir que el final es inesperado pero al menos a m [...]


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