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Monday, February 10, 2014

The Italian Nietzsche (19)

After so much proclaiming about novelty, here's a curious surprise: this chapter will almost entirely be made up of words by other authors.
"You said it was a new kingdom, and now you tell us the voyage in the words of other explorers!"
And still, even without overindulging in self-indulgence, I think this will be one of the most original chapters in the book.

__Giovanni Papini, L'altra metà (1911), 3: Nothingness