Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

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Standard Name: Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm

Connections

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Cultural formation Isak Dinesen
As an adult she rejected Christianity [and] assumed instead a pagan stance derived primarily from Nietzsche ,
Stambaugh, Sara. The Witch and the Goddess in the Stories of Isak Dinesen. UMI Research Press, 1988.
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elsewhere defined as pantheism or humanitarian heathenism.
Stambaugh, Sara. The Witch and the Goddess in the Stories of Isak Dinesen. UMI Research Press, 1988.
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She was interested in European witchcraft, especially that...
Cultural formation Sheila Kaye-Smith
From childhood SKS was fervently religious. Her parents were Anglicans (though her mother had been brought up a Presbyterian ).
Walker, Dorothea. Sheila Kaye-Smith. Twayne, 1980.
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She was attracted to the idea of self-sacrifice, though not to the obedience and...
Education Dora Carrington
Carrington began to alter herself in other ways also. During her first term at the Slade she began to go by her surname only.
Hill, Jane, and Michael Holroyd. The Art of Dora Carrington. Herbert Press, 1994.
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Excitement about her new surroundings and acquaintances prompted her to...
Education Isak Dinesen
Much of ID 's education was self-administered. She read voraciously whether in Denmark or Africa, and was particularly well grounded in the Danish, other European, and English literature of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: Spinoza
Education George Egerton
By adulthood, Chavelita Dunne (later GE ) had already gained proficiency in five or six languages, including Swedish.
Mix, Katherine Lyon. A Study in Yellow: The Yellow Book and Its Contributors. Greenwood Press, 1969.
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She now taught herself Norwegian and read widely among the Scandinavian authors, including Ibsen , August Strindberg
Education Tillie Olsen
At home the Lerner children learned Yiddish songs and made up silly plays.
Reid, Panthea. Tillie Olsen: One Woman, Many Riddles. Rutgers University Press, 2010.
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Tillie was a difficult child, skipping family chores to spend time at the public library, with its huge painting of...
Family and Intimate relationships Willa Muir
They met for the first time in Glasgow in September 1918, at a gathering at a mutual friend's flat. At this time Willa was twenty-eight and happy with her independence. I thought I had been...
Family and Intimate relationships Henry Handel Richardson
A closer friendship formed in Leipzig was that with a young Scotsman, George Robertson , who was studying for a PhD in German literature. He reawakened Richardson's interest in books and writing, particularly when she...
Family and Intimate relationships Romer Wilson
O'Brien became known for his regular anthologies of selected recent short stories. He also published a biography of Friedrich Nietzsche .
OCLC WorldCat.
The couple had one child together, a son.
Intertextuality and Influence George Egerton
In these stories GE examines female sexuality and passion, as well as women's reaction against gender constraints on their freedom, intellect, occupation, and sexuality.
Stetz, Margaret. “Keynotes: A New Woman, Her Publisher, and Her Material”. Studies in the Literary Imagination, No. 1, pp. 89 - 107.
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Having discovered Nietzsche in Norway, GE makes references to him...
Intertextuality and Influence George Bernard Shaw
GBS 's Man and Superman, a Nietzsche an romantic comedy, was first publicly presented (without the third act) by the Stage Society at the Court Theatre in London.
Innes, Christopher, editor. The Cambridge Companion to George Bernard Shaw. Cambridge University Press, 1998.
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Intertextuality and Influence Luce Irigaray
Marine Lover of Friedrich Nietzsche looks at its subject through his relation to the element of water. Its lover (who in the French title is unmistakably female) addresses her subject as you, but switches...
Intertextuality and Influence Anna Wickham
Finally, Women to a Philosopher is a feminist response to Nietzsche : Saw you not the brain-wrecking absurdity / Of preaching superman and scorning women?
Wickham, Anna, and James Hepburn. The Writings of Anna Wickham, Free Woman and Poet. Smith, Reginald DonaldEditor , Virago Press, 1984.
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These responses are spontaneous and casual, probably never intended...
Intertextuality and Influence Romer Wilson
RW 's fifth novel, Dragon's Blood: Conte de Fée Deuxième, set in postwar Germany, explored, in Nietzsche an terms, the sense of loss and chaos.
The title seems to refer to the Germanic...
Intertextuality and Influence Mary Elizabeth Braddon
This story of infidelity features an Italian financier who as a furiously jealous foreigner is compared to Shakespeare's Othello. (At least Provana is not black
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. Beyond These Voices. Hutchinson, 1910.
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comments one character.) There the resemblance ends, for...

Timeline

January 1872
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche published his first major work, Die Geburt der Tragödie (The Birth of Tragedy).
1883
In Also sprach Zarathustra (Thus Spake Zarathustra), Friedrich Nietzsche coined his idea of the lastman, as the citizen of a democray, who has, Nietsche thought, abandoned self-mastery and settled for living as a slave.
1886
Friedrich Nietzsche published Jenseits von Gut und Böse (Beyond Good and Evil).
1889
Friedrich Nietzsche published Götzen-Dämmerung (Twilight of the Idols).
1895
Friedrich Nietzsche published Der Antichrist (The Anti-Christ).
1970
The Oxford philosopher Mary Warnock published Existentialism a study which traces the common interests of a number of philosophers including Sartre , Kierkegaard , Nietzsche , Husserl , and Merleau-Ponty .