"Polish Kafka" w Ameryce, czyli co o Schulzu pisali pierwsi amerykańscy badacze jego twórczości

Katarzyna Kaszorek


The paper focuses on first scholarly articles devoted to Schulz’s works that were published in American journals. Written by Henry Joseph Wegrocki in 1946, “Masochistic Motives in the Literary and Graphic Art of Bruno Schulz,” is a psychiatric analysis of masochism and its traces in Schulz’s short stories and drawings. Olga Lukashevich’s “Bruno Schulz’s ‘The Street of Crocodiles’. A Study in Creativity and Neurosis” (1968) suggests reading the first collection of short stories in the spirit of Otto Rank’s category of the artiste manqué. The last article, by Colleen M. Taylor, “Childhood Revisited: The Writings of Bruno Schulz” (1969), analyses the reasons why the writer leaves the real world behind to enter the world of childhood.
Author Katarzyna Kaszorek (FL)
Katarzyna Kaszorek,,
- Faculty of Languages
Other language title versionsThe “Polish Kafka” in America or, how first American Schulz scholars approached his work
Journal seriesSchulz/Forum, ISSN 2300-5823, (B 5 pkt)
Issue year2017
Publication size in sheets0.50
URL https://czasopisma.bg.ug.edu.pl/index.php/schulz/article/view/2596/2047
Languagepl polski
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