Similarly P Macsovszky represents not only his own writings, but also someone who inspired a new trend in the poetry associated with interest in meta-language during text writing, semiotic possibilites and model situations in poetry language (called by the literary scholars ‘text generation’). Reviews of the poetry by Macsovszky (the collections Strach z utópie, ‘Afraid of Utopia’, 1994, Ambit, 1995, Cvičná pitva, ‘Training Autopsy’, 1997, Súmračná reč, ‘Cloudy Language’, 1999, and other books) speak about ‘sterility’, ‘cynical distance’ and poetics of ‘coolness’ (emotional cold and indifference). It is noteworthy that viewpoints of this kind of writing raised several important questions about the substance of art and some of its extreme limits. Poetry written by other authors is also associated with Macsovszky’s poetry, these are Andrej Hablák, Michal Habaj and Noray Ružičková, whose poetry of allusions, fragments and virtual dehumanised objects hides the frailty and vulnerability of the subject (Osnova a útok, ‘Arrangement and Attack’, 2000 or Parcelácia vzduchu, ‘Air Plotting’, 2006).
Poetry since 1945