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The Anti-Christ Paperback – January 1, 1999
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Mencken was one of the great American prose stylists of the Century, and, as one would expect, his translation of "The Anti-Christ" is an outstanding read. I happen to think it is a far better read than R.J. Hollingdale's translation, which is the one most often used by scholars and students. Whether it is more or less faithful to Nietzsche's original is a question I cannot answer, not being sufficiently fluent in German.
In any event, it's great to see Mencken's much-neglected 1917 translation back in print.
It's sad when a publisher tries to rip off another publisher, and poorly. This Cosimo edition even cuts out the footnotes in an effort to create a cheapo book.
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I payed over $5 plus $4 shipping to buy this book. I was expecting it to be a REAL book, but it was jot. It is a bad quality almost photocopied edition of copy paper. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jessica
Exactly as posted. Great condition. Great price. Fast shipping.Published 4 months ago by Brian Frederick
Brilliant thesis. Demonstrates the value of reason over faith to reach conclusions, especially in showing how antiquated the concept of needing a savior is to determine one's... Read morePublished 7 months ago by PassionateCoder
This really got me thinking. The front of the book caught my attention and i never looked backPublished 8 months ago by Francis J. Clairville
Nietzche follows his basic premise of 'The worst thing to happen to humanity is Christianity' through out his book, and will certainly make those who read this book uncomfortable,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Eugene D. Markowski