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Disordered Heroes in Opera A Psychiatric Report

Author: John Cordingly; Claire Seymour
Publisher: London Boydell & Brewer 2015
Series: Defining Opera
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Frontcover -- Contents -- Editor's Introduction -- Publisher's Note -- 1 Disordered not Mad -- (a) Personality Disorder -- (b) Madness -- (c) Personality Disorder versus Madness -- (d) Life and Art -- 2 The Flawed Personality: Otello and Boris -- (a) Otello (Verdi) -- (b) Boris Godunov (Musorgsky) -- 3 The Psychopathic Personality: Iago and Claggart -- (a) Iago (Verdi) -- (b) John Claggart (Britten) -- 4 The
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Cordingly; Claire Seymour
ISBN: 9780993377419 0993377416 9780993198328 0993198325
OCLC Number: 1020708124
Accession No: EBC4721174 (DE-599)GBV873394658
Notes: Description based upon print version of record
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Description: 1 Online-Ressource (218 p)
Series Title: Defining Opera

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Frontcover -- Contents -- Editor's Introduction -- Publisher's Note -- 1 Disordered not Mad -- (a) Personality Disorder -- (b) Madness -- (c) Personality Disorder versus Madness -- (d) Life and Art -- 2 The Flawed Personality: Otello and Boris -- (a) Otello (Verdi) -- (b) Boris Godunov (Musorgsky) -- 3 The Psychopathic Personality: Iago and Claggart -- (a) Iago (Verdi) -- (b) John Claggart (Britten) -- 4 The (Paranoid) Schizoid Personality: Wozzeck and Grimes -- (a) Woyzeck and Wozzeck (Berg) -- (b) Peter Grimes (Britten) -- 5 The Borderline Personality: Werther and Hermann

(A) Werther (Massenet) -- (b) Hermann (Tchaikovsky) -- 6 The Histrionic and Narcissistic Personality: Don Giovanni and Onegin -- (a) Don Giovanni (Mozart) -- (b) Eugene Onegin (Tchaikovsky) -- 7 The Depressed Personality: Faust and Aschenbach -- (a) Faust (Gounod) -- (b) Gustav von Aschenbach (Britten) -- Epilogue -- Appendix: Backgrounds to Personality Disorder -- (a) Clinical Origins -- (b) Literary Influences -- (c) Homosexuality -- (d) Byron -- (e) Classifications -- Operas with a Significant Portrayal of Madness -- Index

The psychiatrist John Cordingly examines twelve operatic heroes under six sub-categories of personality disorder, placing them within the histories of mental disorder, sexuality, Byronism and their cultural contexts

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