There are numerous short texts, aphorisms and prose pieces among Schönherr’s papers. "In the year 2000, the home of an ordinary citizen will resemble a television studio. The cathode tube has had its day. On the walls, screens as flat as pictures. Instead of 30 channels, there will be 50 to 60. All information will be available on television. A passage from the encyclopedia, a Byron poem, simply everything. The father produces his own TV programs. The whole family squats in the TV studio."