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Table of Contents

Chronology; Part I. Biographical and Historical Contexts: 1. Wagner lives: issues in autobiography John Deathridge; 2. Meister Richard's apprenticeship: the early operas (1833-40) Thomas S. Grey; 3. To the Dresden barricades: the genesis of Wagner's political ideas Mitchell Cohen; Part II. Opera, Music, Drama: 4. The 'Romantic operas' and the turn to myth Stewart Spencer; 5. Der Ring des Nibelungen: conception and interpretation Barry Millington; 6. Leitmotif, temporality, and musical design in the Ring Thomas S. Grey; 7. Tristan und Isolde: essence and appearance John Daverio; 8. Performing Germany in Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg Stephen McClatchie; 9. Parsifal: redemption and Kunstreligion Glenn Stanley; Part III. Ideas and Ideology in the Gesamtkunstwerk: 10. The urge to communicate: the prose writings as theory and practice James Treadwell; 11. Critique as passion and polemic: Nietzsche and Wagner Dieter Borchmeyer; 12. The Jewish question Thomas S. Grey; Part IV. After Wagner: Influence and Interpretation: 13. 'Wagnerism': responses to Wagner in music and the arts Annegret Fauser; 14. Wagner and the Third Reich: myths and realities Pamela M. Potter; 15. Wagner on stage: aesthetic, dramaturgical, and social considerations Mike Ashman; 16. Criticism and analysis: current perspectives Arnold Whittall.

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