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Given the high level of appreciation and Given the high level of appreciation and popularity that his prose works have achieved for the past few years not only in Romania , it is only fair to come up with an exploration of his poetry. These coordinates and the three classic parts of the production process are the subject of this paper.

Keywords: Romanian literature, Romanian poetry, avant-garde, M. Blecher, Corp transparent.

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Tuberculosis and the narrative: Blecher's Scarred Hearts. The author takes into consideration themes that are common in the work of two Central European writers: Bruno Schulz and Max Blecher.

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The list of related topics includes the mythology of illness and death, a strong emphasis on the Apart from tackling their peculiar ethnic, social, and cultural status, as well as their entanglement with modernization, I will consider how these cities, Drohobycz and Roman, are depicted through the eyes of two of their faithful citizens, the uncommonly gifted short story writer and drawer Bruno Schulz, and the precocious poet and writer Max Blecher.

Known as initiators of genuine genres in the Polish and Romanian literature, and featuring kindred elements in their writing, which alone would justify a comparative endeavour, Schulz and Blecher are foremost remembered on account of their tragic biographies, inextricably linked to the cities of their birth, and the places where they spent most of their lives. Yet, although it is broadly claimed that their deeply personal style of writing and representation i.

Consequently, this paper aims at investigating in parallel certain themes relevant to the life of the city as they were explored by these authors; these themes include, but are not restricted to: public space streets, buildings, means of transport , local characters, the city as theater, the city by night, the city as temptation, the city as threat, the exotic features of the city, often perceived in relation to its Jewish population. The depiction of two destinies and of their connection to the environment will single out in the end the distinct fate of Drohobycz and Roman, true laboratories of modernism located on the outskirts of an Empire, and later of nation-states, themselves epitomes of modernism, albeit cosmopolitan in the first case the Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy , and exclusive in the second case the centralist, mono-ethnic states of Poland and Romania.

Key words Central and Eastern Europe; urban morphology; periphery; modernist literature; Jewish identity; sub-culture; confines. Serge Fauchereau — Miasta, manekiny i maszyny metafizyczne. Hoffmann, Max Blecher, and — perhaps not surprisingly — Franz Kafka. Selecting from the world of Selecting from the world of Schulz three specific motifs: the city, the mannequin, and the metaphysical machine, he demonstrates that the writer from Drogobych joined, for the most part unawares, the mainstream of European modernism both in its literary and artistic varieties, including the self-reflexive art of Marcel Duchamp.

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Przypadek Maxa Blechera. Jatepress, Literary Reception in a Comparatist Context. Prior to his first translation into Romanian in , Bruno Schulz had exclusively appeared in the Romanian critical reviews in relation to Max Blecher, a Romanian writer of Jewish origin from the time period between the two world wars. Please enter recipient e-mail address es. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format.

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