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Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011
1 online resource (ix, 287 p.)
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ISBN 9780511989155 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9780521118903 (hardback)
Cambridge studies in opera
Includes bibliograpical references and index
Machine generated contents note: Introduction; 1. Balzac, Meyerbeer and science; 2. ’Tout entier?’: scenes from grand ope;ra in Dumas and Balzac; 3. The novel in opera: residues of reading in Flaubert; 4. Knowing what happens next: opera in Verne; 5. ’Vous qui faites l’endormie’: the Phantom and the buried voices of the Paris Ope;ra; 6. Proust and the soire;e ... l’Ope;ra chez soi; Envoi; Bibliography.
"The turning point of Madame Bovary, which Flaubert memorably set at the opera, is only the most famous example of a surprisingly long tradition, one common to a range of French literary styles and sub-genres. In the first book-length study of that tradition to appear in English, Cormac Newark examines representations of operatic performance from Balzac’s La Come;die humaine to Proust’s A la recherche du temps perdu, by way of (among others) Dumas pere’s Le Comte de Monte-Cristo and Leroux’s Le Fantome de l’Ope;ra. Attentive to textual and musical detail alike in the works, the study also delves deep into their reception contexts. The result is a compelling cultural-historical account: of changing ways of making sense of operatic experience from the 1820s to the 1920s, and of a perennial writerly fascination with the recording of that experience"-- Provided by publisher..
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries

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