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19 April. Writes illegibly on the walls. ” [. ] 16 May. ” [. ] 16 June. Asks repeatedly for help against torture at night. [. ] 2 July. Urinates in the drinking glass [Uriniert in sein Wasserglas]. 4 July. ” [. ] 14 July. Smeared with excrement [Kot geschmiert]. 16 July. Smeared with excrement [Kot geschmiert]. 18 July. Filthy with urine [Urin gesalbt]. [. ] 6 August. (He has) rubbed excrement on his leg [Ein Bein mit Kot eingerieben]. 14 August. Again very noisy. [. ] Drinks his urine again [Trank wieder Urin].

Von Bülow therefore seized the opportunity to revenge himself on someone who appeared even less equal to the situation than himself. The fact that Nietzsche delayed replying until the last days of October shows how keenly he felt the blow, and the letter that he drafted is of the greatest interest. There is a nauseating profusion of apologies and thanks in the sugary, hypocritical tone that renders much of his youthful writings so hard to digest but also makes us very much aware of the deadliness of his education.

He expressed thanks majestically for a splendid welcome, and at the same time was subjected to continual conspiracies; he was duke, emperor, tyrant of Turin, and at the same time a punctilious courtier and a child seeking its mother’s protection. Only sacrifice can offer a thorough explanation for the co-presence of these opposite characteristics in Nietzsche’s ‘divinization,’ and reconstruct their precise sequence that, in his madness, he went on repeating mechanically, in senseless rotation. He was both sacrificer and sacrificed, the performer of the rite and the one transfigured through it to become divinized.

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