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The Asylum Seekers in Heaven : or Mephisto and Pheles

By Koreis, Voyen

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Book Id: WPLBN0004102331
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Reproduction Date: 9/14/2011

Title: The Asylum Seekers in Heaven : or Mephisto and Pheles  
Author: Koreis, Voyen
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Fantacy, Poetry
Collections: Authors Community, Fantasy
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Publisher: Booksplendour
Member Page: Voyen Koreis


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Koreis, B. V., & Illustrator, V. K. (2011). The Asylum Seekers in Heaven : or Mephisto and Pheles. Retrieved from

A fantasy fiction, based on the legend about dr. Faust.

Could a devil working for the Public Relations Department in Hell become a published poet? Will Mephisto succeed on his mission to haunt the old tavern? How did the immaculate birth of Pheles come about? What role did Brigitte, a harlot on the run, play in making up of the M&P team? Would political upheavals in Hell affect the two? Will Mephisto be able to convince Doctor Faust about signing up his soul? What has Goethe to do with all this? Could the offer of a 21st century girl, mobile phone and Viagra pill be enough for Faust to sign up his soul? Does Meg happen to play for the other team? Could Faust's maid Siebel, a pious Christian girl, fall in love with the devil? Is this the kind of situation for the Heavenly Troops to interfere? If they do, will Mephisto and Siebel be recognised as asylum seekers? Will they even gain the refugee status? Will their applications be processed offshore or onshore? What happens to Pheles? Does political correctness rule in Heaven? Could there really be a happy ending?

THE SONNET Give those Immortals who’ve become swollen With pride, the benefit of the doubt, ‘Twas through their doings that they have fallen, This is what their sojourn was e’er about. Yearnings of going back to their own sphere, Within themselves intensely they’ve carried, Ad infinitum bound to interfere, In human affairs for’er stay buried. Tho’ longing for their abode o’er cloud nine, Anacamptic sound of harps in their hearts, They can’t evade it, but must lay supine, Unable to outsmart the Cupid’s darts. Knowing not what picking up this cherry Entails, they moan: Enjoy life, be merry! Meph


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