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Nietzsche on Tragedy
Preface Note 1. Germany and Greece 2. Biographical background I: Nietzsche and his early interests 3. Biographical background II: the genesis of The Birth of Tragedy 4. The argument of The Birth ofExpand
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The World of Franz Kafka
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Leibnitz and the seventeenth-century revolution
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Hitler: the Fuhrer and the People
Professor Stern seeks to expose the roots of the Hitler myth. He performs thoroughly and brilliantly the examination that Kenneth Burke saw as a crying need on the brink of World War II. TheExpand
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Friedrich Nietzsche: The Birth of a Myth?
Franz Kafka: The Labyrinth of Guilt
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Occlusions, Disclosures, Conclusions
T IS THE END of December 1932. After gaining 37 percent of the votes cast in the July elections, Hitler has refused von Papen's offer of the Vice-Chancellorship. New elections, the fourth since 1928,Expand
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