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Vogel, Debora (1900–1942) By Lyubas, Anastasiya

DOI: 10.4324/9781135000356-REM2096-1
Published: 22/10/2019
Retrieved: 13 June 2024, from


Debora Vogel (1900–42) was a Polish-Jewish writer, poet, art critic, essayist, philosopher, and translator. She is a key – yet unrecognised – figure in the constellation of Polish and Yiddish Modernism. Vogel’s experiments with Cubism and Constructivism in poetry, as well as her theories of montage and simultaneity in prose, and a range of topics in essays, covering the psychology of anti-Semitism to approaches to modern art, make her an author of considerable significance not only at the beginning of the twentieth century when she lived, but during the late twentieth century, and the contemporary period.

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Lyubas, Anastasiya. Vogel, Debora (1900–1942). Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism, Taylor and Francis,

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