Thus Spake Zarathustra
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Publish date: November 8th 2007
Publisher: Book Jungle
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, European Literature
, 19th Century
, German Literature
Not a fiction book, but not quite a philosophy book in as much it doesn't give a foundation as such, but if anything takes away any structure to the world and challenges everything the listener thought he might have thought he knew as certainty.The prophet, Zarathustra, loosely follows the gospel. H...
I find it very difficult to rate or assess--or even make much sense of--this book. Reading it I often thought to myself it was little wonder Nietzsche ended his life in an insane asylum. I don't know that I can say I really "liked" it (three stars) or found it "OK" (two stars on Goodreads) but I jus...
Well, I didn't expect that .. AT ALL!!I thought I'd love this book! What happened?! Damn it!Zarathustra! Please man! You were such a boring little prophet!Look, to be honest, I liked many lines in this book. I marked and even memorized them. But the book as a whole was a BIG disappointment :(The mai...
In my uneducated opinion, Nietzsche is really good fun in bitesize bits and by all accounts a mighty thinker, but this is disturbing as philosophy and turgid as literature
This is a book I will probably never finish. I look at it from time to time. I doubt I will ever read it front to back.