Letters and drawings of Bruno Schulz: with selected prose

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Fromm International, May 1, 1990 - Fiction - 256 pages
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This dazzling collection of letters, essays, and narratives makes clear why Cynthia Ozick has called Schulz "one of the most original imaginations in modern Europe". He was "one of the most remarkable writers who ever lived".--Isaac Bashevis Singer.

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Letters and drawings of Bruno Schulz: with selected prose

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Many contemporary readers met the Polish writer Bruno Schulz for the first time as a ghost-character in Cynthia Ozick's Messiah of Stockholm ( LJ 3/1/87). Who was this man whom Isaac Singer called ... Read full review

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lllustrations 8
Editors lntroduction 20
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LETTERS AND ESSAYS 19211941
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