Nietzsche's dialogue "The Wanderer and His Shadow", which frames his book of the same name, is examined for its intertextual references to other texts in which the motif of the shadow plays a central role: On Hans-Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Shadow" and Gustav Theodor Fechner's "The Shadow is Alive".

Im Zwielicht. Schatten-Dialoge bei Andersen, Fechner und Nietzsche

Zittel C
2021

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Nietzsche's dialogue "The Wanderer and His Shadow", which frames his book of the same name, is examined for its intertextual references to other texts in which the motif of the shadow plays a central role: On Hans-Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Shadow" and Gustav Theodor Fechner's "The Shadow is Alive".
Engadiner Gedanken-Gänge: Friedrich Nietzsche, der Wanderer und sein Schatten
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