Bruno Schulz

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Bosz, Apr 1, 2008 - Art - 80 pages
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Bruno Schulz (1892-1942) was a Polish Jewish author, graphic designer and draftsman from Galicia. During the Soviet occupation (1939-41) and the Nazi occupation that followed, he created most of his graphic works, in part under orders from the occupying powers that controlled Poland. But in secret he portrayed his people and their suffering, especially that of the Jews in the ghetto during the two occupations. This book concentrates on the private drawings he made during his last years.

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Bruno Schulz, (18921942) wrote stories, assorted criticism, and a lost work thought to be called "The Messiah,"
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David A. Goldfarb taught for eight years in the Slavic department at Barnard College, Columbia University.
Celina Wieniewska is an award-winning translator.