Author: Bruno Schulz

Bruno Schulz (1892-1942) was an author, artist, critic, and teacher from Drohobych, at the time a town in Austrian Galicia. Widely renowned as one of the twentieth century's greatest prose stylists, Schulz left behind only a small body of work, including two collections of short stories, as well as assorted letters, essays, and a handful of additional pieces of short fiction. Schulz died in 1942 after being shot by a Gestapo officer in the street. Tragically, many of his final works have been lost, including the fabled novel, The Messiah.

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Fiction. Short Story. Hidden in the pages of Dawn: The Journal of Petroleum Officials in Boryslav for nearly a century, the short story "Undula" represents the likely literary debut of Bruno Schulz. Published under the pseudonym Marceli Weron, "Undu...

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