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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

hari eppy sedunia..<3

waaahooo.. harini abih exam.. wa sgt eppy.. heheh..
sok blik.. mlm ni kita kuar berlibur ya rerakan.. heheh..
sekarang.. bdak2 57 yang da blik juz are ngan jat..

dua2 ijau.. mana 1 ni.. yg tinggi are.. rndh ckit 2 ejat la. heheh..
pasni ct.. lama la x update blog ni.. klu ada masa.. akanku update.. hehhe
i'll miss all of u my pren.. heheh

paling terbaru...

kamu semua cntik termasuk la saya.. heheheh

IPDA next top MODEl

umah 57ku.. :) <3

12 hamba ALLAH yg cute2 blaka.. leh pilih klu ska.. heehhe
si gadis bunga.. heheh

gadis jelita 2009..

muka2 dl kini d slamanya...

time sbe kt umah are.. heheh

Sunday, November 15, 2009

sambung character in phantom~~


Erik is the name that the phantom of the Opera has taken for himself; his real name is never revealed in the book. He was born deformed, and it was his mother, whom Eric refers to several times, who gave him his first mask. He was born in a little town near Rouen but ran away as a young man, sometimes exhibiting his gruesome looks at country fairs under the title of the living dead man. As a performer, he learned to become proficient as a musician, a magician, and as a ventriloquist. Summoned by a shah to Persia, he designed a palace with hidden panels and trap doors. The shah ordered him executed, to keep the palace's secrets unknown, but the Persian helped Erik escape.

In Paris, Erik was part of the construction team that helped Charles Garnier build the Paris opera house. Because he knows where the secret passageways are, he is able to move about the opera house without being seen. Because he is proficient in ventriloquism, he is able to speak from hidden places and to make people think that his voice is coming from the empty air beside them. And he uses his musical skill to compose a masterful violin opus, Don Juan Triumphant, which he has worked on for decades in his home in the opera house's cellars.

As the phantom, Erik demands that the managers of the opera give him an annual stipend and a private box. Erik falls in love with Christine when he meets her. For a while, he pretends to be the Spirit of Music that her father once told her about, and he trains her to become a great singer. When he is unable to make her love him, though, he becomes insane. He kidnaps her and eventually threatens to blow up a quarter of the town with all of the gunpowder he has hidden beneath the opera house. In the end, though, his heart is softened by her promise to love him, and he lets Christine and Raoul go free to marry each other. When he last appears in the novel, it is to tell the Persian that he is dying of a broken heart.

Mme. Giry

The mother of the girl known as Little Meg, Mme. Giry is also the attendant of Box Number 5, which is reserved for the phantom. She has never seen him, but she does services for him, like bringing a program and a footstool to the box. In return, he leaves her tips and gifts. When she is fired by the opera's directors, a huge chandelier falls on the audience, killing just one person: the woman hired to replace Mme. Giry. She is assigned to deliver money to the phantom, and when the money in the envelope is changed for counterfeit money, the directors threaten to turn her over to the police until they find out that she could not possibly have stolen it. They do find out why she is so interested in helping the phantom; in addition to the tips that he gives her, he has predicted that Little Meg will be the empress by 1885.

La Sorelli

One of the opera's featured dancers, La Sorelli is a diva who expects to be the center of attention. When she dances, the narrator explains, "she appears to be in a tableau so lascivious that it could drive a man to blow his brains out." But she is also presented as a vain, stubborn woman.

Monsieur Lachenal

Monsieur Lachenal is the stable master of the opera house, in charge of the horses that are trained to perform in operas.

Armand Moncharmin

One of the new directors of the opera, Moncharmin has no musical training but is rich and socially connected. His working relationship with M. Richard is threatened when the phantom is able to steal an envelope of money from Richard's pocket. The book's narrator relies on Moncharmin's autobiography, The Memoirs of a Director, as a primary source for the events reported in the book.

The Persian

The Persian is a witness of the events at the opera house, whom the narrator interviews about what happened to Raoul de Chegny and Christine Daaé. The Persian is so famous that he cannot be referred to by his real name. He is a shadowy figure throughout much of the story, until the final chapters. Then, it turns out that he has known Erik, the phantom, for years, from the time when he was the daroga, or chief of the national police. In Persia, he saved Erik from execution and lost his government position because of it. He knows many of the secrets of the phantom's underground world, having followed him and observed him and once having nearly been killed by one of his traps in the underground lake.

When Christine is kidnapped, the Persian steps forward to help Raoul find his way through the underground world to the place where she may have been taken. In the course of the rescue mission, his advice is invaluable, but he nearly loses his life when the cellar he is in is flooded. The phantom saves him, though, and, after making sure he is all right, knocks him out with drugs and deposits him in a doorway.

Monsieur Poligny

With Monsieur Debienne, Monsieur Poligny is one of the directors of the Paris Opera who is retiring in the opening chapters of the novel.

Firmin Richard

One of the opera's new directors, Richard is an accomplished musician and composer. He is characterized as loving all types of music and all musicians. He is skeptical of the existence of the phantom and hesitates about giving in to his demands. When the money disappears from an envelope that is pinned in his pocket, he and his partner, M. Moncharmin, become suspicious of each other, a suspicion that seems, according to Moncharmin's memoirs, to last throughout their professional relationship.

Madame Maudie Valerius

Christine is staying at the house of Mme. Valerius, an old friend of her father. Raoul de Chagny goes to the house when Christine disappears the first time, but Mme. Valerius cannot tell him where she is. She is convinced that Christine has gone away with the Spirit of Music.

characters in the phantom~~


Joseph Buquet

Joseph is a stagehand who has seen the phantom in the opera house's third basement. He is found hanged in the cellar, but when people go to retrieve his body, the rope is missing. Later in the book, the Persian guesses that the phantom killed Buquet with a device called the Punjab lasso.


Carlotta is the opera's female lead, for whom Christine Daaé is an understudy. Carlotta is a technically accomplished singer but does not sing with soul. The phantom threatens her if she goes onstage as Marguerite in Faust, but she refuses to be intimidated; as a result, the sound of a croaking frog comes out when she sings.

Christine Daaé

Christine in Sweden was raised by her father, a traveling violinist. As he was dying, he explained to her that he would remain with her and guide her through the Spirit of Music. As a young singer with the Paris Opera, Christine heard Erik speaking to her from behind a wall; she asked if he were the spirit that her father had told her about, and for a while he said that he was. He taught her to sing well, so that, given her first chance for public attention, she sings so beautifully that much of Parisian society takes notice of her. That night, though, she runs into Raoul de Chagny, whom she met and fell in love with as a child; her love for Raoul makes Erik jealous, who does what he can to make her his. He promises her the freedom to leave him but then, unable to let her go, kidnaps her and gives her a short time to consent to marry him before killing her. She tries unsuccessfully to fool him into thinking that she will love him, but he is still moved by her love for Raoul enough to let them leave.

Philippe de Chagny

Forty-one-year-old Count de Chagny, whose given name is Phillippe-Georges-Marie, is the oldest of his family and since the deaths of his parents has been responsible for one of the oldest families in Europe, which includes his brother Raoul, who is almost half his age. He disapproves of his brother's romance with Christine Daaé, so that when she disappears from the opera stage Count de Chagny is a primary suspect. Later, he is found drowned in the lake that protects the phantom's house from the outside world, but the phantom denies any responsibility for his death, saying that Philippe fell out of his boat by accident even before any of the lake's traps could get to him.

Raoul de Chagny

As the youngest member of the prestigious de Chagny family, Raoul has been raised by a sister and old aunt. At the time of the novel he is twenty years old and scheduled to go into the navy and, while waiting for his orders, is spending a few weeks in Paris with his brother Phillippe. He sees Christine Daaé on the stage of the opera and remembers her as the little girl whom he met and fell in love with years earlier, when her scarf blew into the water and he dove in to retrieve it. He can tell that Christine loves him, too, but she tries to send him away frequently, worried that Erik, the phantom, will hurt him. He and Christine agree to a secret engagement, but when their engagement becomes publicized the phantom abducts Christine. The novel's last chapters are about how Raoul, with the help of the stranger known as the Persian, infiltrates the phantom's hidden underground house in an attempt to free Christine. They fail, and Raoul is in danger of drowning before the phantom has a change of heart and agrees to let Christine leave with him, even though it breaks his heart and he dies as a result.

Monsieur Debienne

With Monsieur Poligny, Debienne is one of the directors of the Paris Opera who is retiring in the opening chapters of the novel.

summary the phantom of the opera..


Once the papers are signed and the deal is closed, the new owners of the Paris Opera House are told, "You may hear of a ghost, a Phantom of the Opera." Of course, they dismiss such talk as superstition, but those who work in the Opera House know better.

When the ballerinas and Papillon see the shadow of a cloaked figure glide eerily across the walls of the backstage area, they go straight to Joseph Buquet who has seen the Phantom. Buquet readily gives them a description of a ghastly figure with sunken eyes, yellow skin and no nose.

The mother of diva Carlotta barges angrily into the new owners' office letting them know in no uncertain terms that her daughter will not be intimidated and will perform on Wednesday. The cause of her anger is a note ordering Carlotta not to sing and signed by "The Phantom." The note says Christine Daaé should perform in her place. For some unknown reason, Carlotta is "strangely ill" on Wednesday, and Christine does, indeed, perform.

After the performance, Christine's lover, Raoul, stands outside her dressing room door and overhears a strange voice speaking to Christine ordering her to only do the will of her master to which she agrees.

A note seems to appear from nowhere on the owners' desk stating that Christine must be used in the next performance or Faust will be performed "in a house with a curse on it." The warning is not heeded, and Carlotta does the performance. However, in the midst of the performance, the huge chandelier in the Opera House falls on the audience causing pandemonium.

Raoul goes to Christine's room and hides. He hears Christine come in and the same strange voice say he has come for her. A mirror moves aside in her room revealing a hidden doorway through which Christine enters. She is met by a strange man in a mask, and, although she is at first repelled, she reluctantly allows him to escort her down several levels of the catacombs under the Opera House to his chambers.

He tells her he has brought her there because of his love for her. She tries to run, but there is nowhere to go. He tells her he was once known as Erik, but he has lived nameless in these cellars because of man's hatred. She realizes this is the Phantom and faints.

When she awakes the next morning, she is in an elaborate bedroom. A wedding dress is laid out for her as well as several pairs of shoes. A note from Erik tells her she is in no peril as long as she doesn't touch his mask.

She walks out into his chambers where he sits playing his organ. As she watches him, the urge is too great, and she reaches around from behind him and removes the mask. When he turns and she sees his face, she is horrified and falls to the floor. Filled with anger, Erik grabs her by the hair and growls, "Feast your eyes - glut your soul on my accursed ugliness!"

She begs him to let her go saying she will be his slave forever. He agrees, but warns if she ever sees her lover again, it will be death for both of them.

Once back in the Opera House, Christine sends a note to Raoul saying she must see him at the Bal Masque. Thinking their disguises will hide them at this masked ball, they meet on the rooftop, but Erik sees them and overhears their plans to run away after Christine's next performance.

The next night Raoul has a carriage waiting outside, and Christine begins her performance. However, in the middle of the performance, the Opera House lights go out momentarily, and when they come back on, Christine is gone.

Raoul knows the Phantom has taken her and goes to her dressing room. He encounters a strange man whom he has seen many times lurking about the Opera House. However, this turns out to be Ledoux of the Secret Police. He shows Raoul how to enter the catacombs, and they both begin their search into the cellars below the Opera House for Christine and the Phantom.

Soon, Raoul and Ledoux get very near the Erik's chambers, but they stumble into the room of many mirrors, an ancient torture chamber. Erik discovers them, eliminates any means of escape, and turns on a source of heat in the room which will gradually get hotter and hotter until they die. They accidentally find a trap door in the floor which allows them to escape into another room. However, Erik has not been outwitted yet. He closes a gate on the room so they cannot escape and turns on a rush of water which is mean to drown them. Christine pleads for her lover's life, and Erik eventually relents. He opens two trap doors in the floor which allow them to come into his chambers, wet and exhausted.

During this time, however, a mob has found their way into the cellars and has located Erik's chambers. He grabs Christine and escapes through a secret door. Running from the Opera House into the Paris streets, Erik steals the very carriage Raoul had waiting and drives it wildly through the streets with Christine inside. The mob pours into the streets and chases after them. Christine manages to jump out of the carriage just before Erik overturns it. While Raoul comes to Christine's rescue, Erik runs to the river's edge with the mob in close pursuit. With nowhere to go, the mob closes in and kills him.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

nk berlibur lg ke?? heheh.. jap2.. nk pilih lirik lagu..:)

love stor~~~ taylor swift.
We were both young, when I first saw you
I close my eyes and the flashback starts
I'm standing there, on a balcony of summer air

I see the lights, see the party, the ball gowns
I see you make your way through the crowd-
and say hello, little did I know...

That you were Romeo, you were throwing pebbles
And my daddy said, "Stay away from Juliet"
And I was crying on the staircase
Begging you please don't go
And I said...

Romeo take me somewhere, we can be alone
I'll be waiting all there's left to do is run
You'll be the prince and I'll be the princess
It's a love story, baby just say yes.

So I sneak out to the garden to see you
We keep quiet, because we're dead if they knew
So close your eyes escape this town for a little while
Oh, Oh

'Cause you were Romeo, I was a scarlet letter
And my daddy said, "Stay away from Juliet" But you were everything to me
I was begging you, please don't go
And I said...

Romeo take me somewhere, we can be alone
I'll be waiting all there's left to do is run
You'll be the prince and I'll be the princess
It's a love story, baby just say yes

Romeo save me, they're trying to tell me how to feel
This love is difficult, but it's real
Don't be afraid, we'll make it out of this mess
It's a love story, baby just say yes
Oh, Oh

I got tired of waiting
Wondering if you were ever coming around
My faith in you was fading
When I met you on the outskirts of town
And I said...

Romeo save me, I've been feeling so alone
I keep waiting, for you but you never come
Is this in my head, I don't know what to think
He knelt to the ground and pulled out a ring and said...

Marry me Juliet, you'll never have to be alone
I love you, and that's all I really know
I talked to your dad go pick out a white dress
It's a love story, baby just say... yes
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh
'cause we were both young when I first saw you

berhibur kejap`~

jason marz...

Do you hear me?
Talking to you
Across the water
Across the deep blue ocean
Under the open sky
Oh my, baby I'm trying

Boy I hear you in my dreams
I feel your whisper across the sea
I keep you with me in my heart
You make it easier when life gets harder

Lucky I'm in love with my best friend
Lucky to have been where I have been
Lucky to be coming home again

They don't know how long it takes
Waiting for a love like this
Every time we say goodbye
I wish we had one more kiss
I'll wait for you, I promise you I will

Lucky I'm in love with my best friend
Lucky to have been where I have been
Lucky to be coming home again
Lucky we're in love in every way
Lucky to have stayed where we have stayed
Lucky to be coming home someday

And so I'm sailing through the sea
To an island where we'll meet
You'll hear the music fill the air
I'll put a flower in your hair

Though the breezes through the trees
Move so pretty, you're all I see
As the world keeps spinning round
You hold me right here right now

Lucky I'm in love with my best friend
Lucky to have been where I have been
Lucky to be coming home again
Lucky we're in love in every way
Lucky to have stayed where we have stayed
Lucky to be coming home someday

the phantom of the opera~~~

this the story about the novel that we have read at our secondry school..:)
the introduction about this story..

Gaston Leroux’s novel The Phantom of the Opera, first published in 1910, remained a perennial favorite throughout the twentieth century and into the early 2000s. It was adapted to several popular motion pictures and into one of the most successful stage musicals of all time. Its main character, Erik, is a romantic figure whose appeal reaches across different cultures and times. He is a sensitive soul, an accomplished composer and musician whose great unfinished work, Don Juan Triumphant, is described as breathtakingly beautiful by the one person he allows to hear it; he is an object of pity, whose face has been disfigured from birth, causing him to hide behind a silk mask; and he is hopelessly in love with a young woman whom he can never seriously hope will love him back. At the same time, he a dangerous, menacing figure, lurking in the hidden catacombs beneath the opera house and blackmailing those who will not bow to his whims. He can hear things said in privacy and can create catastrophes that might or might not be the accidents that they seem to be.

Like other precursors of modern superheroes, such as the Hunchback of Notre Dame and Frankenstein’s creature, Erik balances sympathy with horror, admiration with revulsion. Set in one of the most beautiful buildings in Europe, this story of the love triangle between the phantom, the young peasant-born opera singer he loves, and the dashing viscount who she loves, was written as a thriller, and it continued to excite the imaginations of readers into the twenty-first century.

~~~to be continued~~~

Saturday, September 26, 2009


salam semua... heheh.. ntah la nk ckp mende... aku bru je ciap wat xcmen last.. ip @ ilmu pendidikan.. huh.. mende x susah tp complicated... huh..
mende lg nk celoteh ni...
aduh.... t next tyme smbung lg..
hheh.. daaa

~~ ngok SYG~~

kiNah riZkiey
melly ft baim ---> catatanku
(Melly) Awan Awan Menghitam Langit runtuhkan dunia Saat aku tahu ternyata akhir ku tiba (Baim) Mengapa semua menangis Padahal ku selalu tersenyum Usap air matamu Aku tak ingin ada kesedihan Reff : (melly) Burung sampaikan nada pilu Angin terbangkan rasa sedih Jemput bahagia diharinya Berikan dia hidup (Baim) Tuhan terserah mau-Mu Aku ikut mau-Mu Tuhan Ku catat semua ceritaku Dalam harianku