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  1. Dudal

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    Charles Bukowski was a Los Angeles poet and novelist. Bukowski's writing was heavily influenced by the geography and atmosphere of his home city of Los Angeles. He is often mentioned as an influence by contemporary authors, and his style is frequently imitated.
  2. Tegami

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    On Drinking is a powerful testament to the pleasures and miseries of a life in drink, and a window into the soul of one of our most beloved and enduring writers. About the Author Charles Bukowski is one of America’s best-known contemporary writers of poetry and prose and, many would claim, its most influential and imitated poet/5(49).
  3. Felrajas

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    The drink never gets in the way of his delivery, the tough, beautiful lines and moronically macho ones always landing on target, on cue. Bukowski delivers odes to dead Roman poets, lands a few good jokes, and--most crucially--offers up a few Raymond Carver-esque glimpses straight into the human soul/5(21).
  4. Mijin

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    Charles Bukowski was a prolific underground writer who used his poetry and prose to depict the depravity of urban life and the downtrodden in American society. A cult hero, Bukowski relied on experience, emotion, and imagination in his work, using direct language and violent and sexual imagery. While some critics found his style offensive, others claimed that Bukowski satirized the machismo.
  5. Bragar

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    As Bukowski writes in a poem simply titled “Drinking”, “for me/it was or/is/a manner of/dying/with boots on/and gun/smoking and a/symphony music background.” On Drinking is a powerful testament to the pleasures and miseries of a life in drink, and a window into the soul of one of our most beloved and enduring writers/5(36).
  6. Dara

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    quotes from Charles Bukowski: 'Some people never go crazy. What truly horrible lives they must lead.', 'Do you hate people?” “I don't hate them I just feel better when they're not around.', and 'For those who believe in God, most of the big questions are answered. But for those of us who can't readily accept the God formula, the big answers don't remain stone-written.
  7. Meztilmaran

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    Post Office (). Bukowski’s first novel, published when he was 50 years old, is an autobiographical account of his life, roughly from the years to We follow Henry Chinaski, drifting from woman to woman, and postal service job to unemployment (to postal service job again)—a gutter rollercoaster of a life peppered throughout with alcoholism and dark humor.
  8. Dout

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    Mar 11,  · There's something wrong here because today I received Then I Gave Up and Started Drinking Heavily and it's different from those 2 acsidenvamosphe.guekrisbiolayviacmomunalcumrelote.co copy was printed in -not by Santa Anita Press. The contents are the same -and in the same order- as Pig in a Pamphlet plus "where to put it" and "I pour a drink and toast love".

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