The article examines the relationship between tragedy and parody in Nietzsche's "Also sprach Zarathustra" - under the premise that Nietzsche's tragic pathos loses its ground in a world without God and turns into self-deprecating parody. This will be demonstrated by means of a close reading of exemplary text passages.

“İNCİPİT TRAGOEDIA, İNCİPİT PARODİA” NİETZSCHE’NİN ZERDÜŞT’ÜNDE TRAJİK SEVİNÇ VE CİDDİ PARODİ

Zittel, Claus
2018-01-01

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The article examines the relationship between tragedy and parody in Nietzsche's "Also sprach Zarathustra" - under the premise that Nietzsche's tragic pathos loses its ground in a world without God and turns into self-deprecating parody. This will be demonstrated by means of a close reading of exemplary text passages.
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