Thus spake Zarathustra
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
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English 1883-1885
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Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None (German: Also sprach Zarathustra: Ein Buch für Alle und Keinen, also translated as Thus Spake Zarathustra) is a philosophical novel by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, composed in four parts between 1883 and 1885 and published between 1883 and 1891. Much of the work deals with ideas such as the "eternal recurrence of the same", the parable on the "death of God", and the "prophecy" of the Übermensch, which were first introduced in The Gay Science.
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ZARATHUSTRA’S PROLOGUE.
I. THE THREE METAMORPHOSES.
II. THE ACADEMIC CHAIRS OF VIRTUE.
III. BACKWORLDSMEN.
IV. THE DESPISERS OF THE BODY.
V. JOYS AND PASSIONS.
VI. THE PALE CRIMINAL.
VII. READING AND WRITING.
VIII. THE TREE ON THE HILL.
IX. THE PREACHERS OF DEATH.
X. WAR AND WARRIORS.
XI. THE NEW IDOL.
XII. THE FLIES IN THE MARKET-PLACE.
XIII. CHASTITY.
XIV. THE FRIEND.
XV. THE THOUSAND AND ONE GOALS.
XVI. NEIGHBOUR-LOVE.
XVII. THE WAY OF THE CREATING ONE.
XVIII. OLD AND YOUNG WOMEN.
XIX. THE BITE OF THE ADDER.
XX. CHILD AND MARRIAGE.
XXI. VOLUNTARY DEATH.
XXII. THE BESTOWING VIRTUE.
1.
THUS SPAKE ZARATHUSTRA. SECOND PART.
“—and only when ye have all denied me, will I return unto you.
XXIII. THE CHILD WITH THE MIRROR.
XXIV. IN THE HAPPY ISLES.
XXV. THE PITIFUL.
XXVI. THE PRIESTS.
XXVII. THE VIRTUOUS.
XXVIII. THE RABBLE.
XXIX. THE TARANTULAS.
XXX. THE FAMOUS WISE ONES.
XXXI. THE NIGHT-SONG.
XXXII. THE DANCE-SONG.
XXXIII. THE GRAVE-SONG.
XXXIV. SELF-SURPASSING.
XXXV. THE SUBLIME ONES.
XXXVI. THE LAND OF CULTURE.
Too far did I fly into the future: a horror seized upon me.
XXXVII. IMMACULATE PERCEPTION.
XXXVIII. SCHOLARS.
XXXIX. POETS.
XL. GREAT EVENTS.
XLI. THE SOOTHSAYER.
XLII. REDEMPTION.
XLIII. MANLY PRUDENCE.
Not the height, it is the declivity that is terrible!
XLIV. THE STILLEST HOUR.
THIRD PART.
XLV. THE WANDERER.
XLVI. THE VISION AND THE ENIGMA.
1.
XLVII. INVOLUNTARY BLISS.
XLVIII. BEFORE SUNRISE.
XLIX. THE BEDWARFING VIRTUE.
1.
L. ON THE OLIVE-MOUNT.
LI. ON PASSING-BY.
LII. THE APOSTATES.
1.
LIII. THE RETURN HOME.
LIV. THE THREE EVIL THINGS.
1.
LV. THE SPIRIT OF GRAVITY.
1.
LVI. OLD AND NEW TABLES.
1.
LVII. THE CONVALESCENT.
1.
LVIII. THE GREAT LONGING.
LIX. THE SECOND DANCE-SONG.
1.
LX. THE SEVEN SEALS.
(OR THE YEA AND AMEN LAY.)
FOURTH AND LAST PART.
LXI. THE HONEY SACRIFICE.
LXII. THE CRY OF DISTRESS.
LXIII. TALK WITH THE KINGS.
1.
LXIV. THE LEECH.
LXV. THE MAGICIAN.
1.
LXVI. OUT OF SERVICE.
LXVII. THE UGLIEST MAN.
LXVIII. THE VOLUNTARY BEGGAR.
LXIX. THE SHADOW.
LXX. NOONTIDE.
LXXI. THE GREETING.
LXXII. THE SUPPER.
LXXIII. THE HIGHER MAN.
1.
LXXIV. THE SONG OF MELANCHOLY.
1.
LXXV. SCIENCE.
LXXVI. AMONG DAUGHTERS OF THE DESERT.
1.
LXXVII. THE AWAKENING.
1.
LXXVIII. THE ASS-FESTIVAL.
1.
LXXIX. THE DRUNKEN SONG.
1.
LXXX. THE SIGN.
APPENDIX.
NOTES ON “THUS SPAKE ZARATHUSTRA” BY ANTHONY M. LUDOVICI.
PART I. THE PROLOGUE.
Chapter I. The Three Metamorphoses.
Chapter II. The Academic Chairs of Virtue.
Chapter IV. The Despisers of the Body.
Chapter IX. The Preachers of Death.
Chapter XV. The Thousand and One Goals.
Chapter XVIII. Old and Young Women.
Chapter XXI. Voluntary Death.
Chapter XXII. The Bestowing Virtue.
Chapter XXIII. The Child with the Mirror.
Chapter XXIV. In the Happy Isles.
Chapter XXIX. The Tarantulas.
Chapter XXX. The Famous Wise Ones.
Chapter XXXIII. The Grave-Song.
Chapter XXXIV. Self-Surpassing.
Chapter XXXV. The Sublime Ones.
Chapter XXXVI. The Land of Culture.
Chapter XXXVII. Immaculate Perception.
Chapter XXXVIII. Scholars.
Chapter XXXIX. Poets.
Chapter XL. Great Events.
Chapter XLI. The Soothsayer.
Chapter XLII. Redemption.
Chapter XLIII. Manly Prudence.
Chapter XLIV. The Stillest Hour.
PART III.
Chapter XLVI. The Vision and the Enigma.
Chapter XLVII. Involuntary Bliss.
Chapter XLVIII. Before Sunrise.
Chapter XLIX. The Bedwarfing Virtue.
Chapter LI. On Passing-by.
Chapter LII. The Apostates.
Chapter LIII. The Return Home.
Chapter LIV. The Three Evil Things.
Chapter LV. The Spirit of Gravity.
Chapter LVI. Old and New Tables. Par. 2.
Chapter LVII. The Convalescent.
Chapter LX. The Seven Seals.
PART IV.
Chapter LXI. The Honey Sacrifice.
Chapter LXII. The Cry of Distress.
Chapter LXIII. Talk with the Kings.
Chapter LXIV. The Leech.
Chapter LXV. The Magician.
Chapter LXVI. Out of Service.
Chapter LXVII. The Ugliest Man.
Chapter LXVIII. The Voluntary Beggar.
Chapter LXIX. The Shadow.
Chapter LXX. Noontide.
Chapter LXXI. The Greeting.
Chapter LXXII. The Supper.
Chapter LXXIII. The Higher Man. Par. 1.
Chapter LXXIV. The Song of Melancholy.
Chapter LXXV. Science.
Chapter LXXVI. Among the Daughters of the Desert.
This tells its own tale.
Chapter LXXVII. The Awakening.
Chapter LXXVIII. The Ass-Festival.
Chapter LXXIX. The Drunken Song.
Chapter LXXX. The Sign.
THE END


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