Friedrich Nietzsche's Writings

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  188. ^ Expressionism
  189. ^ Postmodernism 
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  191. ^ Joyce and Nietzsche
  192. ^ Nietzsche:Imagery and thoughts
  193. ^ Dispatches from the Freud Wars
  194. ^ Germany as model and monster: Allusions in English fiction
  195. ^ The Double Man
  196. ^ Donald, Mitchell. Gustav Mahler: The Early Years
  197. ^ James, Wood. Addicted to Unpredictability
  198. ^ Jack London's Racial Lives
  199. ^ A Sun of the Son
  200. ^ Ray, Jackson. Nietzsche and Islam
  201. ^ Poets of Cambridge
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  204. ^ Olaf Stapleton
  205. ^ Brad, Damare. Music and Literature in Silver Age Russia: Mikhail Kuzmin and Alexander Scriabin
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  208. ^ Thomas Mann's Death in Venice
  209. ^ Nietzsche Circle
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  221. ^ The Cambridge Companion to Eugene O'Neill
  222. ^ Postomodern considerations of Nietzschean perspectivism
  223. ^ Eugene O'Neill's America: Desire Under Democracy
  224. ^ Eugene O'Neill:A Playwright's theatre
  225. ^ Adorno, Theodor
  226. ^ Arthur, Herman. The Idea of Decline in Western History
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  228. ^ Berel Lang, Post-Holocaust: Interpretation, Misinterpretation, and the Claims of History, Indiana University Press, 2005, p 162: "Arguably, Hitler himself never read a word of Nietzsche; certainly, if he did read him, it was not extensively".
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  235. ^ Mumia, Abu-Jamal. We Want Freedom: A Life in the Black Panther Party
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  240. ^ Philosophy in Literature
  241. ^ Oswald Spengler
  242. ^ George Grant
  243. ^ Romanian Philosophical Culture, Globalization, and Education
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