Richard Artschwager, Live in Your Head, 2002
(Fonte: Arquivo Público do Estado de S. Paulo. Diário da Noite, 29/4/1932)
Nietzsche Typescript, written on his writing ball: A Poem. Copyright: The Goethe and Schiller Archive, Weimar, Germany
The poem in English translation:
“THE WRITING BALL IS A THING LIKE ME: MADE OF IRON
YET EASILY TWISTED ON JOURNEYS.
PATIENCE AND TACT ARE REQUIRED IN ABUNDANCE
AS WELL AS FINE FINGERS TO USE US.”
(Friedrich Nietzsche, on February 16th 1882)
Found poem, And hear, from the faulty digitized pages of The atmosphere by Camille Flammarion and James Glaisher, 1873
“Tipped-in erratum slip scanned over page. Interestingly, the work is Bibliophobia, which concerns a decline in interest in the rare book trade.” Submitted by interestingmiscellanea.
From p. 17 of Bibliophobia by Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1832). Original from Ghent University. Digitized September 15, 2008.
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