List of Fictional Literature Featuring Opera

List Of Fictional Literature Featuring Opera

This is a list of literary fiction which features opera in the plot. "Features" excludes fleeting mentions: for a literary work to be on this list opera must be a significant part of the plot, or, alternatively, provide significant context and backdrop. The bibliographic references are to the date and place of earliest publication.

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