MIMESIS AND FICTION IN OPERA SERIES USING THE EXAMPLE OF HANDEL'S 'ALCINA'
Selected contents from this journal
Languages of publication
Georg Friedrich Handel is in the opera 'Alcina' in line with contemporary ideas pointing out on chaos and untidiness caused by passions which could lead even to the loss of identity. At the same time his opera is by its exotic and fairy tale dimension in a specific way problematizing baroque oscillation between the world of artistic mimesis and the world of artistic fiction.
Publication order reference
CEJSH db identifier