The Ring Project [internet publication]

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Jarvis, RK (2018). The Ring Project [internet publication]. Bobopedia.
AuthorsJarvis, RK
Abstract

Imagine Wagner's Ring Cycle as : a quick read for the holiday; a soap opera; a romantic novel; an episode of The Sopranos ; a news report ; an adventure movie; science fiction; a country and western song (but performed by Forced Entertainment) as anything but grand opera and certainly no horned helmets (well, almost no horned helmets, but they are ironic horned helmets) - The Ring Project is all this and more, in one : in short a dumbed down and deconstructed Ring Cycle for the post punk soundbite age -jjust what the world needs. But it was awarded a distinction and won the Gold Tell Prize at Brunel University in 2004

Keywordsexperimental writing; environmental commentary; experimental writing; Richard Wagner; environmental commentary
Year2018
PublisherBobopedia
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Print06 Apr 2018
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Deposited07 Jun 2018
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