Also sprach Zarathustra

Friedrich Nietzsche


Also sprach Zarathustra – arguably Nietzsche’s most famous work – tells a story of transformation on the stony path to truth and self-discovery. Reading like a parody of the Bible, it represents an impassioned anticipation of the themes that would become central to Nietzsche’s philosophy: the will to power, the eternal recurrence of the same, the Übermensch, and nihilism.
   The work is at least as contentious as the many attempts at its interpretation. Supposedly Nietzsche is the most quoted German-language author after Goethe. He is certainly the most misunderstood.
   Zarathustra also fails to make himself understood in his attempt to explain the truth about mankind’s progress after the death of God. But we are quite sure of one thing: that a book which no-one understands has more than earned its place in the Olymp that is All The World’s A Page.

→ Two-colour offset (black / tarnished gold)
→ Word count: 87,008
→ Typeset in 4.1pt Malaga
→ Printed on 150g Munken Pure Rough

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70 × 100 cm / German

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