'Foreign Bodies: Mark Twain, Music and Anglo-American Identity'. Symbiosis 8.1 (April 2004) 109119

Author: Sutton, Emma

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This essay was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations
 
 
 
 

Essay Topics and Keywords:

Mark Twain, Richard Wagner, national identity, opera, Bayreuth festival, American music, English music, Edith Wharton, anti-Semitism, 'A Tramp Abroad', 'The Age of Innocence', 'Judaism in Music', 'Lohengrin', musicology, German opera, das Land ohne Musik, Bernard Shaw, George du Maurier, 'Trilby', 'At the shrine of St Wagner', 'Tannhauser', 'Tristan und Isolde', Aubrey Beardsley, William James, Anglo-Americans.

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