Catalog Record: The complete works of Friedrich Nietzsche. The first complete and authorized English translation | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The complete works of Friedrich Nietzsche. The first complete and authorized English translation, ed. by Dr. Oscar Levy.

Main Author: Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.
Related Names: Guppy, Robert , comp., Samuel, Horace Barnett 1883-1950, tr., Common, Thomas , tr., Cohn, Paul V. , tr., Zimmern, Helen 1846-, tr., Collins, Adrian , tr., Ludovici, Anthony M. 1882-1971, tr., Kennedy, J. M. , tr., Mügge, Maximilian A. 1878-, tr., Haussmann, William August , tr., Levy, Oscar 1867-1946.
Language(s): English
Published: [Edinburgh, T. N. Foulis, 1909-13]
Note: "First published in 1909-1911, reissued 1964 ... Edition limited to 5sets." 00
Half title; each vol. has special t. p.
Physical Description: 18 v. fronts. (ports., v.1, 17) facsim. 20 cm.
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