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Hank and Frank Encounter the Creatures from Hedgeton By Kristin Clausen
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Brothers, Hank and Frank, spend the day searching the forests surrounding their neighborhood. On their adventure they encounter mysterious creatures. Their adventure leads to understanding the... More > consequences of disobeying mom's rules, but ultimately becomes a story of brotherly bonding.< Less
SEELENKRAFT By Frank Luger
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"Seelenkraft" (German, lit. "soul-strength") is the final volume of the Author's poetry-trilogy covering a period of some 18 years. It continues the tentative gropings of the two... More > previous volumes toward the factual, objective, and nonreligious God of the Universe while exploring the possible human relevance of such God through transcendental, perhaps even cosmic morality. The evolutionary pattern of this personal quest is shown in increasing objectivity and scientific perspective. However, science as such is hardly featured in this book despite some scientific terminology. Almost a third of the poems touching on morality had been originally written in Hebrew, but (amateurish) translations, even transliterations are provided. There are also a few poems in other languages, such as French and Hungarian. The two main themes are separately summarized in the Appendix in two slim collections. This is an original literary work begun in June 1989, first published in December, 2007.< Less
SEELENKRAFT By Frank Luger
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"Seelenkraft" (German, lit. "soul-strength") is the final volume of the Author's poetry-trilogy covering a period of some 18 years. It continues the tentative gropings of the two... More > previous volumes toward the factual, objective, and nonreligious God of the Universe while exploring the possible human relevance of such God through transcendental, perhaps even cosmic morality. The evolutionary pattern of this personal quest is shown in increasing objectivity and scientific perspective. However, science as such is hardly featured in this book despite some scientific terminology. Almost a third of the poems touching on morality had been originally written in Hebrew, but (amateurish) translations, even transliterations are provided. There are also a few poems in other languages, such as French and Hungarian. The two main themes are separately summarized in the Appendix in two slim collections. This is an original literary work begun in June 1989, first published in December, 2007.< Less
EHRENWORT By Frank Luger
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Based on a true story, "Ehrenwort" (German for "word of honour") is a pseudoplay (the kind meant to be read, not seen on stage or screen) about the fatal clash between two... More > brothers near the end of World War II. Franz, the older brother, is an angelically good doctor in the Wehrmacht, the German Regular Army; but his younger brother Rolf is a fanatically Nazi evil maniac, Engineer, and Captain in the Waffen-SS. Caught in the middle is positive reality, represented by Maria, the wife of Franz; and two Russian officers, a senior Commander, and his junior adjutant. The characters and the plot are deliberately exaggerated and melodramatic in order to bring many historical, intellectual, and moral dilemmas into sharper focus; for example what genuine nobility is all about, why did Germany follow Hitler, how could the Holocaust take place, who was responsible for what, who was guilty of what, and so on. This is an original literary work written in 1984, published for the first time in 2007.< Less
GOTTZDANK By Frank Luger
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This is a 1-act pseudoplay (meant to be read, not seen on stage or screen) about major philosophical arguments for and against the existence of God. The setting is the house of the Philosopher, where... More > a dozen old friends, representing various professions, gather for a meeting. However, another friend, the beloved Teacher, is missing; he is in hospital due to a serious, perhaps fatal accident. While the friends anxiously await news of him they decide to debate the problem of God in order to better appreciate his saintly character. The neutral Philosopher chairs and arbitrates the debate which soon deteriorates into faction fights and insults. In the middle of a brawl a layman gets involved, but refuses to take sides. This aggravates the situation to the point of a clash, at the crescendo of which the Teacher appears in a quasi- 'deus ex machina' fashion and provides resolutions of the dilemmas by moral beacons and glimmers of hope for the future. This work was written in 1985, published in 2007.< Less
EHRENWORT By Frank Luger
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Based on a true story, "Ehrenwort" (German for "word of honour") is a pseudoplay (the kind meant to be read, not seen on stage or screen) about the fatal clash between two... More > brothers near the end of World War II. Franz, the older brother, is an angelically good doctor in the Wehrmacht, the German Regular Army; but his younger brother Rolf is a fanatically Nazi evil maniac, Engineer, and Captain in the Waffen-SS. Caught in the middle is positive reality, represented by Maria, the wife of Franz; and two Russian officers, a senior Commander, and his junior adjutant. The characters and the plot are deliberately exaggerated and melodramatic in order to bring many historical, intellectual, and moral dilemmas into sharper focus; for example what genuine nobility is all about, why did Germany follow Hitler, how could the Holocaust take place, who was responsible for what, who was guilty of what, and so on. This is an original literary work written in 1984, published for the first time in 2007.< Less
GOTTZDANK By Frank Luger
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This is a 1-act pseudoplay (meant to be read, not seen on stage or screen) about major philosophical arguments for and against the existence of God. The setting is the house of the Philosopher, where... More > a dozen old friends, representing various professions, gather for a meeting. However, another friend, the beloved Teacher, is missing; he is in hospital due to a serious, perhaps fatal accident. While the friends anxiously await news of him they decide to debate the problem of God in order to better appreciate his saintly character. The neutral Philosopher chairs and arbitrates the debate which soon deteriorates into faction fights and insults. In the middle of a brawl a layman gets involved, but refuses to take sides. This aggravates the situation to the point of a clash, at the crescendo of which the Teacher appears in a quasi- 'deus ex machina' fashion and provides resolutions of the dilemmas by moral beacons and glimmers of hope for the future. This work was written in 1985, published in 2007.< Less
HIMMELGEIST By Frank Luger
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"Himmelgeist" (German for 'Spirit of Heaven') is subtitled "A Poetry of Divine Agony". Why? Because it is devoted to one theme only: an uncompromisingly honest search for God, not... More > as a truth of any organized religion or individual belief, but as a fact of the same indisputable kind as gravitation or electromagnetism. However, except for a few poems, science as such is absent from this volume; and the 'operational framework' is still the God of the Bible, i.e. the kind of Heavenly Father that most people still associate with the concept of God. The search herein is not unlike an intellectual-moral Odyssey, which shows a kind of evolutionary pattern from some initially gloomy imagery to the cautious optimism of the closing poems. The pen-name "Felix" of the previous volume is replaced by "Dr. Mir", in fact, this book contains every poem written by him over a 21-month period. This is an original literary work, written from June 1987 until March 1989, first published in 2007.< Less
HIMMELGEIST By Frank Luger
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"Himmelgeist" (German for 'Spirit of Heaven') is subtitled "A Poetry of Divine Agony". Why? Because it is devoted to one theme only: an uncompromisingly honest search for God, not... More > as a truth of any organized religion or individual belief, but as a fact of the same indisputable kind as gravitation or electromagnetism. However, except for a few poems, science as such is absent from this volume; and the 'operational framework' is still the God of the Bible, i.e. the kind of Heavenly Father that most people still associate with the concept of God. The search herein is not unlike an intellectual-moral Odyssey, which shows a kind of evolutionary pattern from some initially gloomy imagery to the cautious optimism of the closing poems. The pen-name "Felix" of the previous volume is replaced by "Dr. Mir", in fact, this book contains every poem written by him over a 21-month period. This is an original literary work, written from June 1987 until March 1989, first published in 2007.< Less
LIEBESKUNST By Frank Luger
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Liebeskunst (German, lit. Loveart) is a pseudoplay (the kind meant to be read, not seen on stage or screen) about the incompatibility between genuinely altruistic love and superficial soap-opera type... More > love. Felix, a widower of European background represents the first kind, and his unconditional devotion and idealistic values for an American divorcée lead to his untimely death. Mitzi, the woman he loves, represents the second kind, and her monetary infatuations as well as cynical values lead to such unresolvable conflicts that her life also ends in violent death alongside him. The play begins as an idyllic after-love morning scene but soon builds up a furious tempest of character clashes that climaxes in absurd tragedy. This is a sophisticated, albeit seething satire about a lot of social, cultural, even intellectual issues within the framework of the 'Art of Real Love', originally written in June 1986, completed in March, 1987, and first published in 2007.< Less