Peshikan's characters in Shadows of invisible dogs are strange and unconventional. The shadows of their "own muddled life' remain simply in some "happy afternoon' (Shadows of invisible dogs). The questions put forward are global, universally human questions: "What is that power which, in its mindless greed destroys those over whom it rules?' (From top to bottom) Or:"For how many of us, who semantically suckled at the freedom's frequent yet feigned arousing disrobements, the future is no longer what it once was, nor will the past gets any better?... While we are waiting for the new Godot, however, why do we not finally grow up? ... Let us quietly shut our book of quotes and turn our souls, those weather-beaten gloves, to the living word, the only one that senses the irregular pulse of our human situation… It does not matter that the present situation in which we believe is not always genuine, that what we delight in is not necessarily good and that all these questions, from the beginning of time, are still awaiting their answer' (Variation on the subject of Freedom).