By Rudiger. FRISCH, Shelley trans. NIETZSCHE. SAFRANSKI
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T. A. Hoffmann's story 'The Golden Pot" Wagner dubbed Cosima the enchanting Serpentina of Hoffmann's story, himself the demonic Archivarius Lindhorst, and Nietzsche the dreamy and clumsy student Anselmus. For his Christmas visit, Nietzsche went to great lengths to supply just therightwine glasses, tulle streamers with gold stars and polka dots, a carved Christ Child, and a set of 58 Nietzsche puppets. He dutifully assisted with the Wagners' Christmasritualof gilding apples and nuts, and just as dutifully perused the galleys of Richard Wagner's autobiography.
Nietzsche wrote that the rationale of the "power that metes out" our destinies (/1,277) is unfathomable; there is too much injustice and evil in the world, and even coincidence plays a major, often wicked role. Is the basis of it all a blind or perhaps even evil power? That cannot be the case, because the origin and essence of the world cannot be beneath the human mind, which seeks sense and meaning and is receptive to goodness. Thus, the world as a whole cannot be meaningless, let alone ruled by an evil principle.
Nietzsche broadened his narrow horizons of real- 40 Nietzsche ity with the help of the stage, which unlocked his fantasy. He began to write a novel as a means of trying out new roles. The narrator of this work was a cynical nihilist, a villainous figure vaguely reminiscent of Lord Byron or of William Lovell, the tide character of a novel by Ludwig Tieck. The problem facing Nietzsche's narrator is that life has lost its mystery. "I know myself through and through And now, like a ratde on the treadmill, I lug the rope they call fate at a nice leisurely pace" (/2,70).