In Normandy, France in 1905, the narrator, Denis Borel, lives in a small cottage, retired from the hectic life of Paris. Alone except for the company of a manservant and a gardener, he spends his days playing his beloved Stradivarius violin and enjoys his solitude and music. Then one night, as he sits in his gazebo thinking about music, a strange light fills the night sky and a thunderous roar shakes the valley.
He learns from a neighbor that a hanger...
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