"Starved and frozen, I huddled on the stone floor making a sort of tent of my verminous coat, breathing into a sleeve to warm my body, and made poems all day long."
Faludy was married three times. But his most prolific love story was with ballet dancer Eric Johnson, who was 26 when he read one of Faludy's most famous books, My Happy Days in Hell. Johnson pursued Faludy until he met him in Malta. By this time, Faludy's second wife had passed away.Faludy fell for the beautiful ballet dancer and they lived in Toronto happily for many years.But trouble began to brew when the pair moved back to Hungary. There, another youngster, Fanny Kovacs, caught Faludy's attention. He married Kovacs, a 26-year-old model, and sent shockwaves through Hungarian society when he posed with her for Penthouse magazine."She looked voluptuous and he looked his age," said Colombo.Johnson died alone in India.
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