Via his studying of basic and secondary classical resources, in addition to his theoretical writings, Richard Wagner built a Hegelian-inspired thought linking the evolution of classical Greek politics and poetry. This publication demonstrates how, through turning thought into perform, Wagner used this evolutionary paradigm to form the tune and the libretto of the hoop cycle. Foster describes how all the Ring's operas represents a specific part of Greek poetic and political improvement: Das Rheingold and Die Walk?re create epic nationwide id in its prior and later levels respectively; Siegfried expresses lyric own identification; and G?tterd?mmerung destructively culminates with a tragi-comedy approximately civic identification. This research sees the Greeks throughout the lens of these students whose paintings stimulated Wagner so much, targeting epic, lyric, and comedy, in addition to Greek tragedy. most importantly, the publication interrogates the ways that Wagner makes use of Greek aesthetics to extra his personal ideological objectives.