Questions for Chapters 21 and 22:
-Leroux introduces the unusual presence of the Siren in this chapter. Leroux also refers to Erik as the Voice, as if this part of his personality was separate from the rest of him. Discuss the power of the Voice in Leroux's novel. Would this novel be able to stand on it own without this awesome power of Erik's? (I specifically say novel as many reinterpretations, mainly Webber's, clearly do not make the voice paramount)
-Just for fun.. what was Erik's daily life like? Leroux hints on Erik being a normal man in this chapter--with needs to attend on the streets of Paris. In historic context how would he be treated above ground?