BRUNO SCHULZ AND WALTER BENJAMIN. BETWEEN THE WESTERN-EUROPEN METROPOLIS AND MIDDLE-EUROPEN PROVINCES (Bruno Schulz i Walter Benjamin. Miedzy zachodnioeuropejska metropolia a srodkowoeuropejska prowincja)
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The work of Bruno Schulz is often juxtaposed with the oeuvre of Franz Kafka by pointing out the similarity in the world-visions of both authors. None-the-less, the interpretative potential in comparing Schulz with Walter Benjamin has not yet been explored. Both tried to describe the modernity, starting from rethinking their own childhood; in works of both of them, one can find traces of fascination with Jewish mysticism. First was a part of the urban culture of Paris and Berlin, the latter was inspired by the landscape of Drohobycz.
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