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"Essentially it is a characterization of antipodes, in which I have used a series of passages from my older writings and in this manner have produced the very serious counterpart to the 'Case of Wagner.' This did not prevent the Germans from being treated with Spanish mischievousness in it—the work (approximately three pages) is extremely anti-German. At the end there is something of which even my friend Köselitz has no idea: a song (or whatever you want to call it) of Zarathustra, with the title On the Poverty of the Richest—you know, a little seventh heaven and yet one-eighth of it ... music ..."
— Turin, December 16, 1888: Letter from Friedrich Nietzsche to Heinrich Köselitz.

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