Opera and the Culture of Fascism

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Index
This Index mainly comprises names, but topics as well when their place for discussion in the text cannot be easily deduced from the mention of names. I have had to be very selective here: there are no entries for 'fascism' or 'gender' for instance, for these would simply be too many to be useful. Operas merely mentioned in the text are not cited here separately from a general reference to the composer.
Addiction 150, 152
Adorno, Theodor5, 8, 105, 16, 20, 21, 29, 46-7, 50, 51, 54, 62,137, 157, 186, 192, 203, 222, 224-5, 234, 236, 2-43
Allegory 62, 186, 191-3, 232
Anti-semitism 4, 27, 28, 50, 154, 175, 180-2, 192-3, 195, 197, 200-8, 210, 212, 214, 221, 231
Arblaster, Anthony2
Art nouveau136, 137, 169, 222
Ashbrook, William125, 146, 150 with Harold Powers, 144, 145, 147
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 103, 104, 106, 109,142 232 see also dialogism
Baldini, Gabriele108, 110
Barrès, Maurice132
Basevi, Abramo, 74
Bastianelli, Ettore137
Bataille, Georges28
Baudrillard, Jean204, 227
Bayreuth, 66, 68, 117, 196-7, 204, 237
Bekker, Paul209, 222, 223, 230
Belasco, David127-8, 139
Bellini, Vincenzo 169
Benjamin, Walter6-8, 29, 62, 116, 192, 205, 217, 234-5, 242
Berg, Alban, 161, 200, 208, 221, 224 Wozzeck209, 226, 230 Lulu113, 114, 200, 224, 230
Berlin163, 209, 231-2, 236
Bertolucci, Bernardo3, 147
Bernhardt, Sarah97, 168
Bizet, Georges 22, 23, 43, 45, 126
Bloch, Ernst21, 233, 242-3
Boito, Arrigo73, 83, 84, 88, 90, 91, 101, 107, 108, 115
Bosworth, Richard132
Boulangism 152, 154
Brecht, Bertolt209, 230-48
The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui234, 236 with Kurt Weill, Happy End231, 242, 247
The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny30, 231, 233-44, 247
The Threepenny Opera231, 237, 240 242, 243, 247
Breker, Arno205
Budden, Julian106
Bulwer, Edward, Bulwer Lytton, Baron 18, 19, 20
Busoni, Ferruccio25, 156, 157, 229
Camp 169-74, 186, 245
Canetti, Elias12
Casella, Alfredo79-80, 129, 131, 140, 145

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