How is Lou Salome's character an anachronism ?
How does Nietzsche's obsession with Lou Salome parallel Breuer's obsession with Bertha?
How does Breuer's relationship with Max change throughout the story?
How is the title accurate in its promise of a turning point of "When Nietzsche Wept"?
How does the novel's setting influence the medical beliefs and actions of the characters?
What is the deepest symbol of the novel and why?
What are Lou Salome's motives concerning Nietzsche?
What irony surrounds Mathilde and her marriage?
What is the effect of having characters which readers never meet?
How do Breuer's feelings concerning Venice change from the start of the novel to the end?
How does Breuer's control over situations at his office and at the hospital differ? Why would this be?
What methods does Nietzsche use to cope with stress?
How is Breuer easily overcome by women and their attractiveness?
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