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Add gift card or promotion code. They often have no fronts, so that in passing one can see the passengers, sitting stiffly and behaving with great decorum. We shall get involved in misunderstandings until all krokodylii fever and excitement have spent themselves in unnecessary effort, in futile pursuit. The women of Crocodile Street are depraved to only a modest extent, stifled by thick layers of moral prejudice and ordinary banality.

Nowhere as much as there do we feel threatened by possibilities, shaken by the nearness of fulfilment, pale and faint with the delightful rigidity of realization. No one stops us. Showily dressed in long lace-trimmed gowns, prostitutes have begun to circulate.

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Share your thoughts with other customers. Get fast, vruno shipping with Amazon Prime. In row upon row there spread tailors’ shops, general outfitters, china stores, chemists’ shops and barbers’ saloons.


While in the old city a nightly semi-clandestine trade prevailed, marked by ceremonious solemnity, in the new district modern, sober forms of commercial krpkodyli had flourished at once. Only then does the father realize that they were “nothing but enormous bunches of feathers, stuffed carelessly with old carrion” “The Night of the Great Season”. It was an industrial and commercial district, its soberly utilitarian character glaringly underlined.

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Share your thoughts with sdhulz customers. But far be it from us to wish to expose this sham. They might even be the wives of hairdressers or restaurant band-leaders.

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The Street of Crocodiles (Ulica Krokodyli) by Bruno Schulz, |

The wring is unclear and very similar to dreaming and irrational. In an atmosphere of excessive facility, every whim flies high, a passing excitement swells into an empty parasitic growth; a light grey vegetation of fluffy weeds, of colourless poppies sprouts forth, made from a weightless fabric of nightmares and hashish. Translated from the Polish by Celina Wieniewska.


Rows of small, one-storey suburban houses alternate with many-storeyed buildings which, looking as if made of cardboard, are a mixture of blind office windows, of grey-glassed display windows, of fascia, of advertisements and numbers. The lines of only a few streets were marked in black and their names given in simple, unadorned lettering, different from the noble script of the other captions. Capable of transforming a market square into a labyrinthine street of wholly metaphorical crocodiles, his painterly prose combines the eerie geometry of Giorgio de Chirico and the differently dreamlike work of Marc Chagall.

Occasionally, at different times of day towards the end of the week, one can see groups of people waiting at a crossroads for a train. The Street of Crocodiles is by contrast sober and colorless in appearance and commercial and utilitarian in character.