Erik wears a mask to hide his face from people, normally, and especially Christine. At the end of the book, he has created a mask for himself that allows him to look like a normal person, and is happy he can begin a life with Christine out in the open, while wearing this mask.
Christine’s father was buried with this violin; Erik takes it from his grave and plays it for her in the churchyard, supposedly proving to her that he is indeed the Angel of Music.
There are two organs in the book: one controls the lights of the theatre and is an appliance; the other belongs to Erik, and is a musical instrument.
This looks like an ordinary mirror, but is in fact a device created by Erik allowing him access to the dressing room, as the...
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