Nietzschean parody: an introduction to reading Nietzsche
Nietzschean Parody appeared first in the mid-1970s as the author was beginning to grapple with the idea of how thinkers & writers represented their world. In the earlier edition the relationship between model and parody is viewed from Nietzsche's own theoretical utterances & their relationship to the historical context of his time as well as from a number of parodic contexts. A series of the practical illustrations presents the general pattern of the interrelationship between Nietzsche & one of his models. Each section centers on one of the poems in Nietzsche's "Lieder des Prinzen Vogelfrei" ("Songs of Prince Free-as-a-bird"), 1887, the central parodic document in his lyric production. For this second revised edition, Professor Gilman has added a new chapter on the function of a parodic rereading of Nietzsche's biography. This book continues to add substantially to an innovative re-reading of Nietzsche that has implications for all of his work - from the juvenilia to Zarathustra & beyond.
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The Aesthetics of parody
Nietzsche and Goethe
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aesthetic altered aphorism artist awareness Baudelaire becomes Bosie Bosie's bucolic chorus mysticus comic concept of parody contrafactum creative critical critique definition of parody Dichter Dionysus dying Edgar Allan Poe essay eternal recurrence existence Faust final Friedrich Nietzsche Friedrich Theodor Vischer fröhliche Wissenschaft Gay Science Gedenkausgabe German Gilman gleich gods Goethe Goethe's Gott Greek Hegel Heine Heine's Heinrich Heine Hobbes idyl implications inspiration juvenilia Kunst Lachen laugh laughter Leopardi Lieder des Prinzen literary madness mask Menschen metaphor MusA Narr Naumburg Nietzsche's view Nietzschean Parody nineteenth century observed Oscar Wilde parallel parodist pastoral patterns philosopher Poe's poem poet poet's poetic poetry postulates present Prinzen Vogelfrei prophet prototype reading reception relationship rhyme Schiller Schopenhauer selber sense sprach Zarathustra structure syphilis tension texts Theocritus theory of parody tragedy translation from Kaufmann truth University vielleicht view of parody Wagner Walter Kaufmann Werke wieder Wilde Wilde's death Zeit