I wrap myself in sheets made of glass To disfigure this flesh To hide this pain To cover this mask Inside i'm ugly Outside i'm broken There exists a place between two worlds Where the only colors are gray and shapes have no meaning I'm awake when i sleep and i dream beneath the sun But i feel no warmth, i'm the The White Lancers - The Regimental Band Of The Coldstream Guards* - Regimental Marches Of The Britis one Set me free Let me wallow in this pain Let me bask in its beauty At least i have control At least your life goes on There is no shame only truth in this misery.
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Feb 11, Heather rated it it was amazing Shelves: cream-of-the-cropfiction-i-love. What I loved about this anthology is the Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Hunted that it was chronological. Bukowski never truly wrote a detailed autobiography of his life. What he wrote instead was a series of autobiographical fiction like Ham on Rye that this compilation pulls from.
Here the author has pieced together the various prose and poetry from Bukowski's life and arranged it in chronological order for us to take in. If you are a die hard Bukowski fan this may be repeat stuff for you. This book is best in the hands of a What I loved about this anthology is the fact that it was chronological. This book is best in the hands of a novice as they can read from start to finish the evolution from a tortured, isolated, lonely boy to a tortured, isolated lonely man.
Bukowski as a read is very gritty, very vulgar but achingly honest. Through all of this pain I see a sensitive man who had been beaten up by life's circumstances and the patriarchy of early 20th century which was even less forgiving than it is today.
The ending entry in this anthology, the poem "Bluebird", is a perfect example of what I mean. Jul 30, Joseph rated Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Hunted it was amazing.
Writing about Charles Bukowski — or, even more so, about his work — is like writing Mouth Gift - Buildings - You Are Not One Of Us driving in a Sudor - Cantan A La Juventud thunderstorm … or experiencing the sounds and smells of a paper mill running at full production … or walking through the neighborhood you grew up Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Huntedmany years later, and marveling at how small and shabby the houses and people and cars and even Confused - The Suicide Machines - Battle Hymns street-signs seem to have become.
One can describe all of these things, of course; but ultimately, the experience itself is irreducible. And that is Charles Bukowski. Apr 12, Jessica Biggs rated it did not like it Shelves: tried-to-read-and-gave-uppoetrynon-fictionmemoir. I'm a big fan of the TV show Californication, and I read somewhere that Hank's character was based on Charles Bukowski, which made me curious to read him.
Unfortunately, I am not a fan at all of Bukowski. I tried to finish this book, but after reading a story of a possible rape he committed while working as a postal worker, I couldn't stomach him anymore. The man has little literary talent, and he's a despicable human being. Basically, he's an alcoholic with a personality disorder.
I don't know I'm a big fan of the TV show Californication, and I read somewhere that Hank's character was based on Charles Bukowski, which made me curious to read him. I don't know if his writing was meant to be humorous or ironic in some way, but I missed any semblance of humor. He always comes through. It was a delight to be taken through his work in this arrangement. I've read most of his published work and was comforted in seeing the passages and poems I'd read as well as some new stories and poems i hadn't gotten to yet.
When the loneliness seems too great, he always comes through. Aug 08, Monkey C rated it it was amazing Shelves: poetryfiction. Oct 11, Melis rated it really liked it. A nice compilation of poems and novel excerpts arranged by the time period in Bukowski's life that they reflect. Reads like a novel in its own right. Very much enjoyed it.
Apr 20, Abigail rated it it was amazing Shelves: favoritesread-a-long-time-ago. One of the treasures of my early book reading past and early love affair with the work of Bukowski. Dec 18, Koen Kop rated it it was ok. The so-called poetry stinks. I stand by my previous opinion on Charles Bukowski as expressed in my review of South of No North - see there.
What a great writer Charles Bukowski was! Such vivid imagery and emotions! The subjects are usually difficult, but very compelling and, I think, important. I particularly liked the poems: be kind, trashcan lives, this, putrefaction, and Dinosauria we. They are very relevant, even or especially today. Mar 06, Muhannad rated it really liked it. There's something unsatisfying about reading a book of selected works.
It's knowing that of all the novels and books published by author, I've completed none, but read excerpts from all. Otherwise, the book offers a better selection of Bukowski's poems, which I always felt I had to sift through to find one worth reading. Albeit, when found, it, indeed, shook me to the core. Death laughs As the elevators break As political There's something unsatisfying about reading a book of selected works.
The sun still hidden there Awaiting the next chapter. Aug 22, Dane Cobain rated it really liked it. Well, this is interesting - the first ever review on SocialBookshelves.
With Bukowski, it almost doesn't matter - he flows effortlessly between mediums but always retains the same, unique genre.
That's why we love him. Interestingly enough, this collection of short stories and poems is arranged in chronological order in the order in which they happened in Bukowski's life, rather than the order in which it was Well, this is interesting - the first ever review on SocialBookshelves.
Interestingly enough, this collection of short stories and poems is arranged in chronological order in the order in which they happened in Bukowski's life, rather than the order in which it was published. This makes the whole work flow equally and almost feel like a new novel, despite the fact that much of it has been seen before. Interestingly, the first edition of this book was published inthe year before Bukowski's death - it's like an eerie precursor to his oncoming demise, and as such it acts in many ways as the ultimate memoir.
Of course, that doesn't necessarily make it the most obvious choice for new readers to begin with - it was edited together by John Martin, the lifelong friend and editor of Bukowski, but the author himself didn't have a huge amount of input as far as I'm aware. Still, there are some gems in here - I'm more of a fan of the poetry than the prose, but both are enjoyable and reading the two of them transposed together makes for an interesting, new experience.
Expect to see the usual mixture of horses, women, bars and booze, and Hank Chinaski is back in all Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Hunted majesty. Perhaps most interesting is the chance to observe the author's troubled relationship with his father - even the way that he describes his father eating food is repulsive in some subtle way: 'when my father ate his lips became greasy with food'. Other pearls of insight include, 'No wonder Hemingway was a drunk, Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Hunted be damned, I can't stand it either.
You often can't tell the difference, his prose can be just as abstract and it always offers a glance in to the world that the poet existed in.
This'll take a long time to read, but it'll be enjoyable at every step of the way. Jun 18, Scott A. Nicholson rated it really liked it. Though Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Hunted read much of Bukowski's full novels, this was my first exposure to both his poetry and his short stories.
I really should have inspected it more before I bought it, as there were a lot of excerpts in this collection taken from novels I'd already read. Well, that was my bad. Still, it's a big collection and I certainly found plenty new material to keep me entertained for the haul. Run With the Hunted was well crafted and assembled with care, in an order Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Hunted not only represents Though I've read much of Bukowski's full novels, this was my first exposure to both his poetry and his short stories.
Run With the Hunted was well crafted and assembled with care, in an order that not only Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Hunted Bukowski's many writings, but also in some ways parallels his life. Bukowski's short stories share many of the same themes and forms as his novels, but seem to take on a higher purpose while retaining less of a point.
Each story represents Give Me Your Love And Ill Give You Mine - The Carter Family - Wildwood Flower human condition with small examples of life, which often end before any fulfilling condition in a way that focuses on the characters' struggles, not solutions. That's life, I suppose is the message, if any, that Bukowski was trying to relay.
As for his Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Huntedthey say you either hate it or love it. In that case I am one of the few on that fine line between the two. The man had a very prolific career and there's bound to be hits and misses. Sometimes there will be no rhythm, but only jarring statements connected with seemingly little purpose, and at other times the rhythm is beautiful and the context is perfectly laid out with great metaphor and clarity.
And more often than not, his poetry reads more or less like flash fiction which happens to be laid out in awkward line breaks; a good story, but you wonder why it was broken into stanzas. As usual, Bukowski is an asshole, but an observant and well written one who knows a thing about life and can weave an entertaining story. Nov 11, Mary rated it really liked it. I had never heard of Charles Bukowski when I recently saw him recommended by another author and randomly found this e-book through my public library.
I vaguely remembered reading reviews Double Zero - Run With The Hunted - Run With The Hunted the movie "Barfly" years ago and thinking I didn't want to see it. I'm not sure even now that I would want to see the movie version of Charles Bukowski's dissipated lost years. But reading about it is something else - unexpected, appalling, and yet, delightful. This reader runs very long and uses Bukowski's I had never heard of Charles Bukowski when I recently saw him recommended by another author and randomly found this e-book through my public library.
This reader runs very long and uses Bukowski's writing in a roughly biographical timeline although some of the semi-autobiographical writings were written when Bukowski was in his 70s.
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