The Street of Crocodiles by Bruno Schulz

"The Street of Crocodiles" is a collection of short stories set in a small town in Poland, illustrating the author's unique perspective on reality. The book portrays the narrator's father's eccentricities and his vivid, often disturbing, imagination. The stories are filled with bizarre, dreamlike imagery and metaphors, presenting a surreal and grotesque view of everyday life. The book is a profound exploration of human nature, memory, and the power of imagination.

The 1743rd greatest book of all time


Published
1934
Nationality
Polish
Type
Fiction
Pages
160-200
Words
32,000
Original Language
Polish

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