Thus spoke Zarathustra (1917) by Friedrich Nietzsche , Translated by Thomas Common

Thus spoke Zarathustra by Nietzsche Translated by Thomas Common

Thus spoke Zarathustra

Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None is a philosophical novel by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, composed in four parts written and published between 1883 and 1885.

The book chronicles the fictitious travels and speeches of Zarathustra. Zarathustra's namesake was the founder of Zoroastrianism, usually known in English as Zoroaster. Nietzsche is clearly portraying a "new" or "different" Zarathustra, one who turns traditional morality on its head. He goes on to characterize "what the name of Zarathustra means in my mouth, the mouth of the first immoralist:.

Zarathustra has a simple characterisation and plot,] narrated sporadically throughout the text. It possesses a unique experimental style, one that is, for instance, evident in newly invented "dithyrambs" narrated or sung by Zarathustra. Likewise, the separate Dionysian-Dithyrambs was written in autumn 1888, and printed with the full volume in 1892, as the corollaries of Zarathustra's "abundance.

Author:  Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
 Publication Date: 1917
Translator: Thomas Common,
Publishing company: New York : Modern Library

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