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The birth of tragedy is divided into twentyfive chapters. The birth of tragedy from the spirit of music german. Quotes and passages from friedrich nietzsche, the birth of tragedy and other writings, edited by raymond geuss and ronald speirs, translated by ronald. The birth of tragedy, his maiden attempt at bookwriting, with which he began his twentyeighth year, is the last link of a long chain of developments, and the first fruit that was a long time coming to maturity. In this invited lecture, hosted by the pell honors program at salve regina university, i present some of the key themes and concepts of friedrich nietzsches first major work, the birth of tragedy out of the spirit of music. The first fifteen chapters deal with the nature of greek tragedy, which nietzsche claims was born when the apollonian worldview.936 185 982 1192 595 334 200 402 144 636 363 805 1176 258 125 113 802 800 1590 33 1493 127 1019 203 1320 356 253 492 1362 137