History YMMV / Tannhaeuser

31st May '15 5:30:06 PM Alberich
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** Elisabeth's love for Heinrich may be seen as natural female sexual attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page]]). In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption. Wagner's own experience as a badboy seducer argues for the former; the Christian context of the legend argues for the latter.

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** Elisabeth's love for Heinrich may be seen as natural female sexual attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page]]). In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption. Wagner's own experience as a badboy seducer argues for the former; the Christian context of the legend argues for the latter. A third possibility is suggested by Wolfram - that Heinrich's songs won her heart (despite, not because of, his worst characteristics).
31st May '15 3:07:43 PM Alberich
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** Elisabeth's love for Heinrich may be seen as natural female sexual attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page]]). In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.

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** Elisabeth's love for Heinrich may be seen as natural female sexual attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page]]). In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption. Wagner's own experience as a badboy seducer argues for the former; the Christian context of the legend argues for the latter.
31st May '15 3:06:00 PM Alberich
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** Elisabeth's attraction to Heinrich may be seen as natural female attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page]]). In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.

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** Elisabeth's attraction to love for Heinrich may be seen as natural female sexual attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page]]). In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.
31st May '15 3:05:04 PM Alberich
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** Elisabeth's attraction to Heinrich may be seen as natural female attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page.]] In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.

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** Elisabeth's attraction to Heinrich may be seen as natural female attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page.]] page]]). In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.
31st May '15 3:04:35 PM Alberich
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** Elisabeth's attraction to Heinrich may be seen as natural female attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/Tannhaeuser main page.]] In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.

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** Elisabeth's attraction to Heinrich may be seen as natural female attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/Tannhaeuser [[Theatre/{{Tannhaeuser}} main page.]] In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.
31st May '15 3:04:03 PM Alberich
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** Elisabeth's attraction to Heinrich may be seen as natural female attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/Tannhauser main page.]] In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.

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** Elisabeth's attraction to Heinrich may be seen as natural female attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/Tannhauser [[Theatre/Tannhaeuser main page.]] In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.
31st May '15 3:03:38 PM Alberich
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** Elisabeth's attraction to Heinrich may be seen as natural female attraction to an arrogant, fickle renegade (as listed under AllGirlsWantBadBoys on the [[Theatre/Tannhauser main page.]] In the alternative, it may be the opposite--divinely inspired by God, to teach the world a lesson about Christian redemption.
31st May '15 6:19:09 AM TheNerfGuy
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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Elisabeth ignores the virtuous, chivalrous Wolfram while pining away for the arrogant Heinrich, who has forsaken the Minnesingers and is living with a pagan goddess. When he admits his evil and is sent away on pilgrimage, she prays for him and ignores Wolfram some more. And when Heinrich comes back having failed to get absolution for his sins...she literally dies for him. Chicks dig jerks to the max.
* [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation Alternative Character Interpretation]]: Depending on the production, Heinrich has been depicted as everything from a weak-willed sensualist to a bold artist rebelling against a repressive proto-Nazi society. Venus is sometimes presented as the old Paganism, the life-giving force of sex, the source of true-inspiration, or a mere figment of Heinrich's psychotic imagination.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Elisabeth ignores the virtuous, chivalrous Wolfram while pining away for the arrogant Heinrich, who has forsaken the Minnesingers and is living with a pagan goddess. When he admits his evil and is sent away on pilgrimage, she prays for him and ignores Wolfram some more. And when Heinrich comes back having failed to get absolution for his sins...she literally dies for him. Chicks dig jerks to the max.
* [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation Alternative Character Interpretation]]:
AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Depending on the production, Heinrich has been depicted as everything from a weak-willed sensualist to a bold artist rebelling against a repressive proto-Nazi society. Venus is sometimes presented as the old Paganism, the life-giving force of sex, the source of true-inspiration, or a mere figment of Heinrich's psychotic imagination.



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30th May '15 7:05:49 PM Alberich
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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Elisabeth ignores the virtuous, chivalrous Wolfram while pining away for Heinrich. When he admits his evil and is sent away on pilgrimage, she prays for him and ignores Wolfram some more. And when Heinrich comes back having failed to get absolution for his sins...she literally dies for him. Chicks dig jerks to the max.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Elisabeth ignores the virtuous, chivalrous Wolfram while pining away for Heinrich.the arrogant Heinrich, who has forsaken the Minnesingers and is living with a pagan goddess. When he admits his evil and is sent away on pilgrimage, she prays for him and ignores Wolfram some more. And when Heinrich comes back having failed to get absolution for his sins...she literally dies for him. Chicks dig jerks to the max.
30th May '15 7:04:46 PM Alberich
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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Elisabeth ignores the virtuous, chivalrous Wolfram while pining away for Heinrich. When he admits his evil and is sent away on pilgrimage, she prays for him and ignores Wolfram some more. And when Heinrich comes back having failed to get absolution for his sins...she literally dies for him. Chicks dig jerks to the max.
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