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In April a leaflet with informations about the Congress will be published and can be ordered at the above mentioned address. It will contain a number of essays from international authors on the life and work of Michael Ende. The author has a trilingual homepage, Japanese, English and Spanish, where he offers still more material about Michael Ende:. Rich in imagination and storytelling, Michael accomplished quite a few heartwarming adventures like "Jim Button," "Momo" and "the Neverending Story" where heroine and heroes venture around the world.
Strange to say, however, that he published so many books in which his ideas about the real world, that seems irrelevant to his profession, can be seized, like in "Fantasy, Politics, Culture ", "Dialogue on Arts and Politics," "Talk with Ende" only published in Japan , "Three Mirrors" also only published in Japan , and so on.
As a resident of a country where so much information about Ende's ideas is available in a language that is next to impossible for Western Endists with no beforehand study to understand it, I'll show you some outline on it in this article. Thinking of writing an article on Michael Ende everybody will imagine the German language as the best one to obtain some material, but in fact some publications are available in Japanese only since some books and VTR have been done by Japanese companies.
I'll give a brief introduction to every book only available in Japan before getting to Ende's economic view itself. I hope these quotations will help you browse through every book's contents, too even though they have nothing to do with economics. This book records the interview with Ende by Michiko Koyasu a Japanese female Germanist who is quite familiar with Rudolf Steiner and anthroposophy, too with Fumi's help her daughter who had spent some years in Munich studying at a Steiner school, who was then a Japanology student at the University of Munich.
This interview was held on July 22 Mon , , just four months after Ingeborg Hoffmann's death March 23 , in Munich where he had spent his youth and he had come back to after his fifteen year's life in Genzano, near Rome. Ende's remarkable comments in other fields besides economics are as follows.