A KNIGHT AT THE OPERA: Heine, Wagner, Herzl, Peretz, and the Legacy of Der Tannhauser
This scholarly work uses the medieval legend (and Wagner opera) Tannhauser as a way to examine the changing relationship between Jews and the broader world during the advent of the modern era, and to question if any art, even that of a prominent anti-Semite, should be considered taboo.
Publisher: Purdue UP
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3690059