The revised and updated edition of Nietzsche's disputed final work,
including textual research supporting its authenticity and
translations of his final correspondence. Reportedly written in the
mental institution at Jena following his celebrated mental collapse
in Turin, and smuggled out by a fellow inmate to avoid the
tyrannical eye of his sister (with whom he confesses to an
incestuous relationship), My Sister and I is a reflective
counterpoint to the megalomania and stridency of Ecce Homo.
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