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The July 2018 issue (vol.12, no.2) contains the following feature articles:

‘Kierkegaard, Wagner and the Quest for Operatic Immediacy‘ by Leo Cabranes-Grant

‘Setting the Record Straight: Wendelin Weißheimer and the Wagners‘ by Katherine Syer

‘Wagner and Proust‘ by Jeffrey Swann

•‘From Death in Venice to The Magic Mountain: Thomas Manns Ironic Response to Wagner‘ by William Kinderman

plus reviews of:

Dmitri Tcherniakov‘s Tristan in Berlin and Pierre Audi‘s in Amsterdam; Alvis Hermanis‘ Parsifal in Vienna

CDs of the Ring cycle under Karajan

Books on the Hitler–Wagner nexus by Wolfram Pyta and Hans Rudolf Vaget

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The novelist Marcel Proust, on whom Wagner had a major impact.

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Franz Stassen, Parsifal Holding the Spear

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Act I of Pierre Audi‘sAndreas Schager and Anja Kampe
Act I of Alvis Hermanis‘
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