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Hanns Heinz Ewers Brevier- Music

I Music         It is most certain that music is the oldest of all the arts. It is the only art that does not belong to humans alone, whose early beginnings go back to the animal kingdom. … Continue reading

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Introduction to Hanns Heinz Ewers Brevier

HANNS HEINZ EWERS B R E V I E R Edited by Arthur Gerstel and Rolf Bongs (Translated by Joe E. Bandel) What moves me is so world distant from you. — Do I myself even know what it is? … Continue reading

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In Person-B

Then he sprang into life and became a man in one night.  He never thought about seeking out some position, solidly convinced that he would never be able to satisfy any employer.  He was never able to work for hire. … Continue reading

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In Person-A

Geneology   Father was a painter, Mother was a painter. They rhymed together And were of like minds.   Father came from the north, Mother lived on the Rhine. There the son of a blacksmith Courted the patrician’s daughter.   … Continue reading

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Politics And Love For The Fatherland

It is curious. The more internationally a person lives—the more nationalistic he feels!   I am—when out of my country—always a patriot. I have learned this long ago from the British. Right or wrong—it is my country! Tomato Sauce   … Continue reading

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Peoples and Lands

The more civilized a people are, the better they treat their animals. It is a joy to see the love that German and French farmers bestow on their house pets, how they calm their donkey, horse and cattle, how they … Continue reading

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Hanns Heinz Ewers Brevier- Art and the Artist

II Art and the Artist   The layman does not determine how great art originates. It comes from out of the artist himself. No one is permitted a say in this or a derogatory judgment or cut-down.   Only the … Continue reading

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Religion

God is nothing other than experience. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice   The people that believe in God know nothing about him. To some he is a concept, to some a cause, something comfortable that is not really required in their view … Continue reading

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Hanns Heinz Ewers Brevier- Philosophical Observations E

It’s true; the artist has it right. Somehow we live on in our children many generations after our death. As women with emotions and sorrow we carry and give birth under miserable torment but with each birth we rise from … Continue reading

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Hanns Heinz Ewers Brevier- Philosophical Observations D

No matter how cleverly he donned the mask or how proudly he strode along like a Danton, a Cesare Borgia—his mask still fell. He stood there naked and desperate, a Hamlet. And Cain’s frightful mark of knowledge gleamed on his … Continue reading

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