Le Mystere de La Chambre Jaune (Ldp Classiques) (English and French Edition)

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Press: Livre de Poche (March 1, 2008)
Author Name:LeRoux, G.
Language:English, French


This anthology is a thorough introduction to classic literature for those who have not yet experienced these literary masterworks. 
For those who have known and loved these works in the past, this is an invitation to reunite with old friends in a fresh new format.
From Shakespeare’s finesse to Oscar Wilde’s wit, this unique collection brings together works as diverse and influential as The Pilgrim’s Progress and Othello.
As an anthology that invites readers to immerse themselves in the masterpieces of the literary giants, it is must-have addition to any library.


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Comment List (Total:13)

  •     Pleasant reading however a rather long journey to get you there[know who did it]. Intelligently plotted, written. The author perhaps 'plays' a bit too much with the reader. Not the very best piece of litterature but good entertainment, worth reading..
  •     Ce livre est trop bizarre pour moi. J'ai cru le livre pourrait pareil les livres écrivait à Jean-François Parot mais ce n'est pas le cas.
  •     Quite a pleasant book to read with a good suspense story.It is well written, with good classical French phrases which is lacking in modern day writing.It appealed to me who, with a French background lives in an English speaking country.I wish that Amazon would have a larger and better selection of French books.
  •     A famous detective story. The young reporter Rouletabille explains the true at the end of the book. It is perfect.
  •     C'est un mystère intéressant, traité à l'ancienne; un peu long parfois dans les descriptions, mais lu jusqu'à la fin.
  •     Merci pour ce livre
  •     Is an antique masterpiece of mistery novel.
  •     Fun read. An interesting (but less compelling) version of Sherlock Holmes--especially because of that trick of the closed room--if the room is hermetically sealed, how did the killer get out? I liked all the red herrings, and the enigmatic phrases that haunted the narration: "The presbytery has lost nothing of its charm, nor the garden its brightness." Provocative. But once you find out how the trick was done--and who did it--it really is a "solution de facilité." Contrived. I'll take Sherlock any day, with all his oddities, over the know-it-all adolescent hero of this book. Nevertheless, it is a good read, for its closed-room hypothesis as well as for its interesting place in literature history.
  •     As a French teacher, well written, good suspense and good material for vocab.
  •     A little long, not a big suspense
  •     Ah! Il est resté pareil à celui de ma jeunesse! Gaston Leroux et Maurice Leblanc avaient tous deux enchanté mes jeunes années en les enrobant de leurs mystères. En feuilletant les pages d'Amazon je suis retombée par hasard et après plus d'un demi-siècle sur ce "mystère" qui, malgré un ton quelque peu grandiloquent est resté un petit chef d'œuvre qui "n'a rien perdu de son éclat".
  •     I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The whole plot keeps you interested, while learning, and improving your French reading skills. I am currently in my intermediate French college courses, and even with that said, I kept a French dictionary handy, for those words I still did not understand, and kept a list of them as I was reading this book, so I could go back to them later, and learn them completely, for that is the only way one will master French.Not only will you learn new French words, but by reading this book, it reinforces how to write French correctly. What did I like particularly about this book...it was the whole interesting story line, while improving my French reading skills. The book will keep you on the edge of your seat.
  •     19th century "murder in a closed room" mystery. I enjoyed the romantic literary style with those long sentences, tenses that no one uses anymore, the old fashioned characters (the long suffering suitor, the dutiful daughter, the devoted servants, the scientist father, the evil murderer, the faithful sidekick, the confident hero... ). Some parts of the novel are slow but I still enjoyed the book very much. If you are not a French native speaker, relax, do not stop for every word or tense you do not understand, move on and enjoy. Bonne lecture!

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