D'Annunzio ve Wagner:"Tristan und Isolde" ve "Francesca da Rimini" eserlerinin karşılaştırması
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In this work, the similarities between Richard Wagner?s opera Tristan und Isolde, which is written and composed under the influence of the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer, and Francesca da Rimini of Gabriele d?Annunzio, which was formarly written as a tragedy, and since its drammatical construction was higly esteemed, reproduced as an opera libretto, are discussed by the point of view of the unity of `love and death?, which is commonly seen in the romantic art.In the first Chapter as an Introduction, the aim and the limits of the work are determined and the necessary information about the work is given. The second Chapter is dedicated to the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer and his life, works, his pessimism and his influence are analyzed. The third Chapter is based on the historical roots of the legend of Tristan, the Celtic legends which formed the basis of the legend and the story is narrated in a unified form of all the variations written by various poets during the medieval period.The fourth Chapter in dedicated to Richard Wagner, information about his life and works is given, his influence and his work named Tristan und Isolde is analyzed. The fifth Chapter is dedicated to `Francesca da Rimini?, information about the historical facts of the story is given and the work of Gabriele d?Annunzio is analyzed. In the sixth Chapter, information about the life and works of Gabriele d?Annunzio is given, and by discussing the Wagnerian influence on d?Annunzio and by making some confrontrations between the works Tristan und Isolde and Francesca da Rimini, the similarities between the works are emphasized. In the last chapter (Evaluation and Result), the similarities between the ideas of Wagner and other Italian operas are emphasized, the influence of the composer on Italian opera is analyzed and the reflections of this influence on d?Annunzio are examined.As a result, in this thema, the influence of the philosophy of Schopenhauer on d?Annunzio via Wagner, and the influence on the Italian art owing to d?Annunzio are emphasized. In this work, the idea of the unity or the conflict between love and death, which is one of the basic subjects of romanticism is analyzed by the interactions between the works.