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The People Look Like Flowers At Last

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  • In a posthumously published poem, Bukowski says he’s succeeded! This is purportedly to be the last - posthumous book published since his death in 1994 offers his still-large audience more of what made Bukowski (1921–1994) and his hard-drinking alter ego Henry Chinaski famous, as chronicled, for example, in the films Barfly and Factotum. Rapid, chatty free verse records his devotion to racehorses, boxing and drinking; his sexual exploits and failures; his contempt for highbrow, hoity-toity literati, and his countervailing yearnings for literary fame.

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Product Description

  • Author
    Charles Bukowski  
    Binding
    paperback  
    Cat No.
    1614169  
    EAN
    978006057708751395  
    Genre
    Drama  
    ISBN
    9780060577087  
    Publisher
    Ecco Books  
    Type
    Books  
  • In a posthumously published poem, Bukowski says he’s succeeded! This is purportedly to be the last - posthumous book published since his death in 1994 offers his still-large audience more of what made Bukowski (1921–1994) and his hard-drinking alter ego Henry Chinaski famous, as chronicled, for example, in the films Barfly and Factotum. Rapid, chatty free verse records his devotion to racehorses, boxing and drinking; his sexual exploits and failures; his contempt for highbrow, hoity-toity literati, and his countervailing yearnings for literary fame.

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