Forgotten Fatherland: The Search for Elisabeth Nietzsche

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Macintyre describes his 1991 journey to the Paraguayan site where Elisabeth Nietzsche and her husband founded a utopian Aryan colony in 1886. He also traces her return to Europe in 1889 to care for her sick brother, philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, and her orchestration of his rise to fame. Photos.

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webster246

Oct 21, 2020

Big promise, little delivery

The Aryan German community in Paraguay is the object of our search, and yet
it turns out to be a feeble enterprise with little or no historical consequences.
Most of the book is filler material about Elisabeth Nietzsche's perversion of her brother's writings. Mildly interesting, but tedious. Macintyre will develop into a great writer; this early book of his, is far below his best.

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