Poetry of Hudák is about seeing the crazy music, about restless, torturing nights, desperate night phone calls with an unknown voice, about searching for water in times of greatest thirst as well as about boozing, so that nothingness as a first-hand experience could get a man out of lethargy, so that it would be somehow possible to experience the happiness. Poet as an observer turns everything upside down, and even if he paralyzes the readerʼs expectations, he leads him to catharsis just like Kahloʼs paintings, in which the modifications of particularly pessimistic backgrounds show the innocence of likeliness, inability of having a sovereign control of own inside – and in this way the poetry par excellence is created.
Vydavateľstvo Pectus, Košice 2013
hardback, number of pages: 232
format: 120 x 190 mm
VOC s DPH: 5,98 €
They wrote about the book
Marián Hatala: Básne recitovať iba ak trávnikom, psom a deťom
Katarína Zitová: Vzťah k domovu