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Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra Quotes: Of man there is little here: therefore do their women masculinize themselves. For only he who is man enough will save the woman in woman.
         

Of man there is little here: therefore do their women masculinize themselves. For only he who is man enough will save the woman in woman.


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Of man there is little here: therefore do their women masculinize themselves. For only he who is man enough will save the woman in woman.
         



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