Did Nietzsche say that Dostoevsky "cried truth [from the blood]"?
He praised Dostoyevsky's Notes from the Underground (1864) for having “cried truth from the blood.”
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But I can't find anything except commentary on this, and don't know German. It seems vaguely possible, that he did, though it's a short and impassioned quote.
Who has written about the literary qualities of Nietzsche's aphorisms? If the quote isn't attributable to him, why does it keep coming up, what's going on?