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Longtime Counter-Currents contributor Collin Cleary, author of Wagner’s Ring and the Germanic Tradition, was the guest on Nathan C. J. Hood‘s livestream for Wagner Day last weekend, where they discussed the use of Germanic mythology, as well as Faustian themes and the concept of fate, in Richard Wagner’s The Ring of the Nibelungen. See below.
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