Songs of Prince Free-as-a-Bird
|Songs of Prince Free-as-a-Bird (1910)
by , translated by Paul V. Cohn and Maude D. Petre
|German Original published 1887 as part of the second edition of The Joyful Wisdom ('La Gaya Scienza'). This translation published in 1910 as part of Oscar Levy's The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche volume 10.|
- "To Goethe"
- "The Poet's Call"
- "In the South"
- "Beppa the Pious"
- "The Boat of Mystery"
- "An Avowal of Love (during which, however, the poet fell into a pit)"
- "Song of a Theocritean Goatherd"
- "Souls that Lack Determination"
- "The Fool's Dilemma"
- "Rimus Remedium (or a Consolation to Sick Poets)"
- "My Bliss"
- "Columbus Redivivus"
- "A Dancing Song to the Mistral Wind"
|This is a translation and has a separate copyright status from the original text. The license for the translation applies to this edition only.|