A review of Inna Naroditskaya’s Bewitching Russian Opera that considers the influence of Catherine the Great on the rise of Russian opera in the eighteenth century, and her many avatars in the standard Russian operatic repertory of the nineteenth. Gender anxiety and national self-assertion are considered as hermeneutic windows
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