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Articles by Arthur Groos

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Arthur Groos is Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities at Cornell University. His interests range from medieval and early modern literature to music-cultural relationships, especially opera. Publications include Giacomo Puccini: La bohème (1986), Medieval Christian Literary Imagery (1988), Romancing the Grail: Genre, Science, and Quest in Wolfram’s Parzival (1995), and Madama Butterfly: Fonti e documenti (2005) as well as the collections Reading Opera (1988), Richard Wagner: Tristan und Isolde (2011), and seven other volumes. Co-founder of the Cambridge Opera Journal and editor of Cambridge Studies in Opera, he is also Associate Director of the Centro Studi Giacomo Puccini (Lucca).