Also a novelist, short story writer, and physicist, he’s best known mainly because the premiere Estonian playwright from the mid-Twentieth Century. His well-known dramas include Moments Through the Hundred Years’ Battle, Return to Dad, as well as the Philosopher’s Day time. He earned the 1993 Tuglas Honor for THE LIFE SPAN of the Eternal Physicus. His significant novels consist of Widow and Aporia of Attica, Tragedy of Elea. He grew up in Tartu, Estonia. In the first 1950s, he graduated from an Estonian college or university with a level in nuclear physics. He was a modern of American article writer Joseph Heller.