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NIETZSCHE'S FATE

Thus wrties Mr John Dcrry. a. wellknown public man and journalist of Sheffield : " Robert. Buchanan wrote a, poem

,-.ii Xict/iuhi. after his death in 1900. which eeeiius to mo extraordinarily appropriate now. ( transcribe it from page t3CO <:>f the second volume, of ' Buchanan's Poems.' Buchanan died the following year. It seems to, me thai Nietzsche's w.vdts ot thought have tangled the whole Carman gaideu. His wiitings may not leave had a direct bearing on Prussian public policy, but 1 think they have helped io mould the (human mind into .'Jupiter's rulU-r.m.ipe ! A shri.ll-tongued t him.;. .Running' be.dde the wheel-staimxi (h-ying " l]o.-ar,nah i-o the pitiless King, The raw. nine Strength, that, neither A (-lave that gim-iiicil the yoke and gt.ad. I'.'t.-t mud into tho well of human teats, (libod at. tit" weak w:u> perish on the read. Slain by Mm Law u-iitii neither heeds "All hail '■> '(.he 1-liernal iMiglit and jvi"hi, Bv which all life is. rifted, slain, and sh-d ! l.eid. teahe use hard like Thee that dav ;i:it! night- ! i'-iv apiirt-ve Thy vrays, however Sti cii'-d h-e while. HKiiiT-crent to liis NatureV ti iumphal car went, grinding And. i-il the (it's! was. blown into iiis And 'ciii-h-.-d 'n.hi blood and mud iie fJn~T~"*gu:!,u.-i:!ot- 1 A:i.-wered with his own player. llulv mi- living soul e.'iti help him t ! !i-!i l

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NIETZSCHE'S FATE, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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NIETZSCHE'S FATE Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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