Bruno Schulz

Bruno Schulz


Schulz is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable writers in Polish literature of the first half of the 20h Century. He was born in Drohobycz, a small village near Lvov, where he would live until he was shot by the Nazis on the street on November 19th, 1942. By then, Schulz had published two books. They were collections of stories and prose texts of extremely original style and contents. The first collection was published as The Cinnamon Shops in 1933; the second, published as Sanatorium Pod Klepsydra, was published in 1937. Schulz's work has often been compared to Franz Kafka's.
  • When was
    Bruno Schulz born?

    Bruno Schulz was born on Tuesday, July 12, 1892

  • Where was
    Bruno Schulz born?

    Bruno Schulz was born in Drohobycz, Galicia, Austria-Hungary [now Drohobych, Lviv Oblast, Ukrae]

  • How old was
    Bruno Schulz when they died?

    Bruno Schulz was 50

  • When did Bruno Schulz die?

    Bruno Schulz died on
    Thursday, November 19, 1942

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