[PDF] Wagner: The Terrible Man and His Truthful Art | by ☆ Mark Owen Lee


  • Title: Wagner: The Terrible Man and His Truthful Art
  • Author: Mark Owen Lee
  • ISBN: 9780802082916
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback

  • [PDF] Wagner: The Terrible Man and His Truthful Art | by ☆ Mark Owen Lee - Wagner: The Terrible Man and His Truthful Art, Wagner The Terrible Man and His Truthful Art How is it possible for a seriously flawed human being to produce art that is good true and beautiful Why is the art of Richard Wagner a very imperfect man important and even indispensable to us In
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    Commentaires:

    Isidore
    I ve hitherto avoided Lee s books because of my aversion to Jung This small collection of lectures, as it turns out, is really quite good Jungian dogma is minimized, and Lee proves both knowledgable and entertaining.In discussing Wagner as a person he falls neither into the hero worshipping nor hysterically denunciatory camps he ingeniously likens him to Philoctetes damaged, difficult, and indispensable He correctly sees Wagner as central to much of twentieth century art, although he probably go [...]

    Tom Emanuel
    Richard Wagner is a profoundly ambivalent figure an historical and cultural giant for good and for ill , a hugely unpleasant human being and, simultaneously, the author of some of the most beautiful, most deeply moving music the world has ever known How can we resolve this contradiction Renowned Wagnerian also Catholic priest and classics scholar M Owen Lee uses the myth of Philoctetes, the wounded archer of Greek myth, as an explanatory framework for understanding Wagner in all his complexity T [...]

    Katy
    Having dealt with the Ring Cycle in another book, M Owen Lee examines Tannhauser an earlier opera, for insight into this complicated musical genius His thesis is that in all his operas, perhaps especially Tanhauser, Wagner has been working out his personal conflicts and reconciling opposing values It is a synthesis of the spiritual and the carnal appetites If you are a Wagner fan, this is a worthwhile read.

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