Beyond Good and Evil - Study Guide Part 10: From High Mountains - Aftersong Summary & Analysis

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According to Walter Kaufmann, the translator of Beyond Good and Evil, Nietzsche sent an early version of Aftersong to Heinrich von Stein. Accompanying the poem was a letter that said, "This is for you my dear friend, to remember Sils Maria, and in gratitude for your letter, such a letter." In that early version of Aftersong, several of the stanzas were reversed, some of the wording slightly altered, and the last two and those were missing entirely.

Nietzsche speaks of joy in a summer garden while waiting for friends. The sky and the brook seek these unnamed friends while the wind and clouds search for them with a bird's eye view.

Once they arrive, the friends see a man standing before them, a man they do not recognize. Nietzsche asks if he has changed so...

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