The thing I remember most vividly about my childhood is the constant hunger I suffered from for a period of seven years. My mouth tends to take on Biblical significance. Ever since then my life seems to have come to a turning point every seven years, either for the better or the worse.
The author handles the words, the Hungarian language and our cultural and literary literacy in a very beautiful, apt, surprising or even disconcerting way - all at the same time.
I would recommend this volume to those who are receptive to philosophical poetry.