The Birth of Tragedy


Read by Jim Locke

(2.9 stars; 7 reviews)

In this famous early work of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, he investigates the artistic characteristics of Apollonian (reason) and Dionysian (passion) characteristics in Greek art, specifically in Greek tragedy as it evolved. Then he applies his conclusions about Greek tragedy to the state of modern art, especially modern German art and specifically to the operas of Richard Wagner. (6 hr 22 min)

Chapters

Introduction 33:17 Read by Jim Locke
Preface 29:15 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 1 17:15 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 2 9:56 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 3 9:43 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 4 10:53 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 5 15:11 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 6 9:30 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 7 11:19 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 8 18:39 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 9 18:06 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 10 8:29 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 11 14:48 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 12 16:00 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 13 10:14 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 14 13:44 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 15 14:27 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 16 13:24 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 17 15:40 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 18 10:23 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 19 19:17 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 20 7:20 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 21 17:09 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 22 11:50 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 23 11:14 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 24 10:54 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 25 4:51 Read by Jim Locke

Reviews

too slow


(0.5 stars)

narrator is too slow and hesitant