Wagner's Ring Cycle and the Greeks Hardback (Cambridge Studies in Opera)

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Wagner's Ring cycle, argues Foster, follows an evolutionary model of Greek poetry and politics adapted from Hegel. Providing a thorough analysis of three of the most important poetic genres – epic, lyric, and drama – this book interrogates the ways in which Wagner uses Greek aesthetics to further his own ideological goals.

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'A highly recommended addition to any Wagnerite's library' Classical Music

'This is a book full of stimulus for classicists, historians and musicologists alike.' Teresa Morgan, The Times Literary Supplement

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Daniel H. Foster is Assistant Professor of Theater Studies at Duke University, and Visiting Scholar at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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