The study is at attempt of a rereading and interpretation of the book 'Uhorsky rok' (Hungarian Year) written by Rudolf Sloboda with regard to its temporal and over temporal ideological, generic, stylistic uniqueness. As a context for the interpretation we consider a transparent connection of the book with the influences of surrealism, represented by the Latréamont's literary message as an aspiration for free, playful and associatively free writing. In accord with to that the author of the study was focused mostly on two texts from the book - the first short story 'Mesto, srdce, vysvedcenie, dievca' (A City, A Heart, A Progress Report, A Girl) and the last of the short stories 'Uru, alebo Dobrý deň, Lotor Amont' (Uru or Good Day, Criminal Amont).
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