"Bilbeny tells us of the things he sees through his window to the world. Things pass before our eyes and often we find it hard to understand their significance. Surely, however, they always leave sediment in our blood that determines man's accumulated experience. The vision of these things and situations, seen from the perspective of an insightful and fundamentally prepared spirit, gives us a literary transcription that could certainly reach various aspects except vulgarity. Reflection is constant and is expressed directly, without being dressed up and (why not mention it?) contains a certain hope and enthusiasm for the didactic capacity of intellectual argumentation. That is to say, of the word."