The play poses the question: How could seemingly ordinary people commit such heinous acts? Perhaps Hanna Arendt was correct when she called it the "banality of evil." Some of the perpetrators were pure evil, sadistic to the core. This becomes not only the story of Mala and Edek, but also the story of the Beasts of the death camp holding life and death in their hands, who deliberately choose who shall live for awhile and who shall die now.
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About the Author
While at college he wrote Sports for the NY Times.
After a moving to Pennsylvania he was commissioned to write the lyrics to a cantata, which was performed at the UAHC convention.
Since that time he has written three plays, a small body of poetry and a collection of short stories. His latest book is "Harry and the Anderdonk", available through Amazon.
While living in western North Carolina he wrote of the people in the region through his popular newspaper column "Connections."
A collection of short stories by the Author of Mala 19980:
"Harry and the Anderdonk": A black comedy about a real estate agent that was ":a very bad boy".
"A crooked Man": A poignant study of the relationship between a "Crooked Man" and a pharmacist. It is a New York tale of humanity and dignity.
The adventures of the author in Tel Aviv, trying to find a hospital in "The Art of Communication".