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Winnie And Wolf Is The Story Of The Extraordinary Relationship Between Winifred Wagner And Adolf Hitler That Took Place During The Years 1925 40, As Seen Through The Eyes Of The Secretary At The Wagner House In Bayreuth.Winifred, An English Girl, Brought Up In An Orphanage In East Grinstead, Married At The Age Of Eighteen To The Son Of Germany S Most Controversial Genius, Is A Passionate Germanophile, A Wagnerian Dreamer, A Teutonic Patriot.In The Debacle Of The Post Versailles World, The Wagner Family Hope For The Coming, Not Of A Warrior, A Fearless Siegfried, But Of A Parsifal, A Mystic Idealist, A Redeemer Figure In 1925, They Meet Their Parsifal A Wild Eyed Viennese Opera Fanatic In A Trilby Hat, A Mac And A Badly Fitting Suit Hitler Has Already Made A Name For Himself In Some Sections Of German Society Through Rabble Rousing And Street Corner Speeches It Is Winifred, Though, Who Believes She Can Really See His Poetry Almost At Once They Drop Formalities And Call One Another Du Rather Than Sie She Is Winnie And He Is Wolf.Like Winnie, Hitler Was An Outsider Like Her, He Was Haunted By The Impossibility Of Reconciling The Pursuit Of Love And The Pursuit Of Power The Ultimate Inevitability, If You Pursued Power, Of Destruction Both Had Known The Humiliations Of Poverty Both Felt Angry And Excluded By Society Both Found Each Other In An Unusual Kinship That Expressed Itself Through A Love Of Opera.In A.N Wilson S Most Bold And Ambitious Novel Yet, The World Of The Weimar Republic And Nazi Germany Is Brilliantly Recreated, And Forms The Backdrop To This Incredible Bond, Which Ultimately Reveals The Remarkable Capacity Of Human Beings To Deceive Themselves. Winnie And Wolf


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10 thoughts on “Winnie And Wolf

  1. says:

    Objectively, this probably deserveslike 1 2 stars But I am rounding it up this time, because the elements of this book that were good were so satisfying that they outweigh the not so good Winnie Wolf is an ambitious attempt to show both how the German composer Richard Wagner s work was co opted by the Nazis and how Wagner s da...


  2. says:

    To enjoy this book it is essential to be fluent in the works of Richard Wagner A.N Wilson titles each of the sections of the book after one of Wagner s music dramas The person story of the narrator, the Wagner family and the rise of Nazism in 1930s German are underscored by the themes of the music drama in the ...


  3. says:

    I found this meticulously researched novel engrossing It tells the story of the relationship between Winifred Wagner, wife of Richard Wagner s son, and Adolf Hitler, but it s also the story of the relationship between Nazism and the German people It brought home to me something I knew intellectually but failed to grasp emotionally how absolutely desperate the economic meltdown was in Germany between the first and second wars, and how the se


  4. says:

    Very much an apology and reclamation of Wagner from the Nazis I ve read other Wilson works of non fiction and I know that there are problems with his conclusions Lewis and sex, for example , so there s a slight sense of hmmm is this really what s going on or whil...


  5. says:

    While this is fiction, it certainly gives you a real insight into what was going on in Germany under Hitler The background on Wagner is interesting too.A bit confusing at first but once you get into it, it is quite gripping.


  6. says:

    another that s a 3.5 rounded up JEEZ, peoplecan we please get the 1 2 star thing rant over.I do have to admit to finishing this book in one sitting I liked it, didn t love it, although there was something about it that really intrigued me and kept me reading What I did like was its warning about the folly of a person s or put in much wider perspective, a nation s admiration for charismatic individuals leading to blindness, gullibility, and outright


  7. says:

    A reader that does not know the significance of Houston Stewart Chamberlain or Bayreuth or even know what they are should probably steer clear of A N Wilson s novel Winnie and Wolf I have done some deep reading into Nazi Germany over the past six years or so and am familiar with most of what Wilson is writing about.That being said, Winnie and Wolf gave me invaluable insight into the Germany of the 20s and 30s as well as insight into Adolf Hitler s arti


  8. says:

    This is a gorgeously written book that I could not put down It is absolutely not for everyone But if you are interested in the life and music of Richard Wagner and or the strange story of how the Nazis co opted his works and perverted their meaning, or if you are interested in Germany s bizarre path from tentative democracy following the Great War to becoming the evil empire under Hitler, and why the German people surrendered their critical facilities and


  9. says:

    Won this in a Goodreads First Reads Giveaway One critic described Winnie and Wolf as a philosophically thorny novel, and it is most certainly that a fiction of enormous cognitive breadth, as at home exploring the tangles of reconciling belief in Christ with a world in which the Holocaust is both possible and thought an acceptable trade by people i.e Germans rejoicing in Hitler s brutally assertive renunciation of the terms of surrender of WWI merely thrilled


  10. says:

    I thought there were lots of strange little flaws in this book the frame story, for instance, I found fairly unconvincing, didn t think it worked very well, and in fact thought it was entirely unnecessary I think I also missed references to Wagner s personal history and musical career, which form a backdrop to the story as it progresses Although the author strains to portray the familial, gentle and complex character of Adolf Hitler, I think despite some fantas


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