Nietzsche's Footfalls

Nietzsche spent the last decade of his life mad in rooms above the archive created by his sister, turning him into a part of Nazi mythology. This book traces the roots that made this possible. It traces Nietzsche’s relationship with Wagner and his sister, his thoughts on Germany and Judaism and women. It is a meditation on how thought can be inverted during the posthumous existence of its writer. More

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Published: Jan. 16, 2012
Words: 71,490
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476494197
About David Pollard

David Pollard was born under the bed in 1942 and has been furniture salesman, accountant, TEFL teacher and university lecturer. He got his three degrees from the University of Sussex and has since taught at the universities of Sussex, Essex and at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has written books on Keats and has published 4 volumes of poetry. He has also been published in other volumes and in learned journals and poetry magazines.

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