When Nietzsche Wept

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This book operates under the interesting idea that Nietzsche needs therapy and seeks out help. The book is a work of fiction so the biographical intricacies are bent a bit. IN order to gain Nietzsche's cooperation Breur, the protagonist, suggests that Nietzsche stay at the clinic while he attempts to 'save mankind from both nihilism and illusion.'