Friedrich Nietzsche - So spoke Zarathustra. First and Second Part

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First and second part
Full text reading by Axel Grube
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Playing time: 449 min.
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“It is night: now all the leaping fountains are talking louder. And my soul, too, is a leaping well. It is night: only now do all the songs of lovers awaken. And my soul, too, is the song of a lover. There is something insatiable, insatiable in me; that wants to be loud. There is a desire for love in me, it speaks the language of love. I am light: oh, that I would be night! But this is my loneliness, that I am girded with light; alas, that I would be dark and nocturnal! How was I going to suckle the breasts of light. "
(Friedrich Nietzsche: Thus Spoke Zarathustra. The Night Song)

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