Letters, Drawings, and Essays of Bruno Schulz
Schulz in his fiction everywhere strives to physicalize sensation, rendering atmospheres into ”plasmas,” showing skies to be weighty accumulations, thickening and slowing the passage of appearances so that the reader becomes sleepy with the heavy verbal richness. . . .The translators . . . admirably cope with the luxuriantly loaded language.
–John Updike, The New York Times