The Sufferings of Prince Sternenhoch: A Grotesque Tale of Horror Horror Book Review
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Kl’ma believed that philosophy cannot be limited to speaking or writing; it must be lived. This led him to embark on a lifelong pursuit of becoming God, which he equated with Absolute Will. Drawing his greatest inspiration from Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, he developed his conceps of will and radical subjectivism in numerous essays, aphorisms, prose works and plays. In Kl’ma’s only full-length work of fiction, and his only work translated into English, a series of journal entries chronicles Prince Sternenhoch’s descent into madness. The German empire’s top aristocrat and the Kaiser’s favorite, Sternenhoch become the “lowliest worm” at the hands of his wife, Helga, the Queen of Hells, yet eventually attains an ultimate state of bliss and salvation. Kl’ma explores here the paradoxical nature of pure spirituality with dark absurdist humor and comically grotesque, often obscene episodes.