In The Age of Dudok the five novels of Otto de Kat are collected. The reader suddenly realises that the main characters of the novels are in one way or the other connected by familybonds. This penthology is in a broader sense a family saga. The history of Europe and the history of one particular family are being mingeld, and form one literary story. The author wrote a little story as an Epilogue: The Age of Dudok.
(from the catalogue of MacLehose Press)