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As a senior undergraduate English/Philosophy major, this book has been invaluable to my studies. I am about to finish an independent study focusing on N's relationship with Gothic literature, and I've used eight articles just from this book to help pin down and express his theories (those interested in N, I also suggest "What Nietzsche Really Said" by Robert C. Solomon and Kathleen M. Higgins (who are also published in the Blackwell Companion), which has been an extremely informative and down to earth read... but I digress). Anyway, I would suggest this book to anyone who has had some preliminary study in N's theories, or who has read a few of his books and is looking for some more specific tailoring of his ideas. I wouldn't start off with it though, as some of the essays are pretty complex, and require a fair amount of exposure to N.
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Keith Ansell-Pearson is a British philosopher specializing in the work of Henri Bergson, Gilles Deleuze and Friedrich Nietzsche.
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