London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1973. First edition. Octavo (8.75 x 5.5 in.); xii, 225pp.; brown cloth boards, in dust jacket. Light horizontal crease to the cloth of the front board, evidently the result of a bending stress. Else very good (+) with light toning to outer edges of textblock, in an unclipped (unpriced) dust jacket with a corresponding horizontal crease and light general toning.
A "lucid and challenging introduction to Nietzsche's philosophy" by and one of the more important figures in the mid-century reappraisal of the German philosopher. Includes a detailed bibliography of Nietzsche's works in German and English, and a select bibliography of literature about him. Part of the Routledge Author Guides series, and not to be confused with Hollingdale's "Nietzsche: The Man and His Philosophy."