Bruno Schulz was a gifted writer and illustrator who lived deep in Jewish Poland of the interwar years. He died in 1942 after being shot by the Gestapo. His writing is elliptical and impressionistic, a little like Kafka’s, but evocative of life in a place and culture that no longer exist. Photo by Mark Baker.

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