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Hey guys, I'm trying to develop a thesis for an essay I have to write about Cormac McCarthy
I read two of his books (The Road, All the Pretty Horses) and I have to develop an argument about what he is trying to say through themes.
It has to be a ten page essay so help me out, I need this thesis to be broad to cover a lot of ground
Thesis Structure: "Cormac McCarthy reveals through [BLANK] (characters, settings, ect.) that [BLANK] (theme)
If someone could help me out, that would be appreciated
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So what's the deal with Kaufman versus Ludovici, particularly with regards to their separate renditions of the Will to Power?
Is Kaufman truly a "pernicious Jewish scholar" who wanted to sanitize and liberalize Nietzsche, as that copypasta says? Or is Ludovici just a dunderhead lacking skill in German who I shouldn't bother reading?
I've read Kaufman translations before, and while I prefer Hollingdale on most things I thoroughly enjoyed his fine usage of the English language and his skill in tracking down allusions. However, his commentaries and introductions are troublesomely neutralizing in character and, seeing how he was a Jewish Kierkegaardian with a hatred for racists and anti-semites, I could see this seeping into a book as important as the Will to Power.
I know Nietzsche himself disliked anti-semitic nationalists, but he also was no fan of the Jews himself, contrary to what a secondary reading of him through Kaufman would tell you.
Any Germanbros here who know the original WtP and can tell me if Ludovici or Kaufman get to the meat of it better? Or if there is any difference at all?
TL;DR is Kaufman a revisionist kike