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  1. 6 de out. de 2009 · The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a highly atmospheric tale of murder. Central to the plot is John Jasper: in public he is a man of integrity and benevolence; in private he is an opium addict. And while seeming to smile on the engagement of his nephew, Edwin Drood, he is, in fact, consumed by jealousy, driven to terrify the boy’s fiancée and to plot the murder of Edwin himself.

  2. This wildly warm-hearted theatrical experience kicks off when the Music Hall Royale (a hilariously loony Victorian musical troupe) “puts on” its flamboyant rendition of an unfinished Dickens mystery in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. The story itself deals with John Jasper, a Jekyll-and-Hyde choirmaster who is quite madly in love with his music ...

  3. The Mystery of Edwin Drood April 5 - June 2, 2024. Who killed Edwin Drood? You decide! A troupe of Victorian performers invites you to play detective in this musical comedy whodunit packed with surprise.

  4. What became of Edwin Drood that fateful night is one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in literature and it continues to intrigue readers, writers, and literary historians more than 100 years after Dickens' death.This is a free digital copy of a book that has been carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.

  5. Mystery of Edwin Drood: Directed by Stuart Walker. With Claude Rains, Douglass Montgomery, Heather Angel, David Manners. An opium-addicted choirmaster develops an obsession for a beautiful young girl and will not stop short of murder in order to have her.

  6. 18 de abr. de 2009 · The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Complete by Thomas Power James , Charles Dickens. Publication date 1873 Publisher T. P. James Collection americana

  7. The Mystery of Edwin Drood. , Volume 18. Charles Dickens. Oxford University Press, 1989 - Fiction - 278 pages. Charles Dickens's final, unfinished novel, and one that has puzzled readers and inspired writers since its publication, The Mystery of Edwin Drood is edited with an introduction by David Paroissien in Penguin Classics.