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«تو به من مردی را نشان بده كه تنها زندگی می‌كند و آشپزخانه‌اش هميشه كثيف است، من به تو می‌گويم به احتمال ۵ از ۹ اين مرد بی‌نظير است.» «تو به من مردی را نشان بده كه تنها زندگی می‌كند و آشپزخانه‌اش هميشه تميز است، من به تو می‌گويم به احتمال ۸ از ۹ ويژگی‌های روانی اين مرد تهوع‌آور است.»؛


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I lost this book when I was about 50 pages from the end. I think I might have left it in the gym - which is probably some sort of Bukowskian sin.

Ill read those last pages one day, but I knew from half way in that this was a five star book. I love Bukowski. I love his tales of ordinary madness. Though, of course, the madness isnt ordinary because Bukowski wasnt like most people.

He drinks his way through the book, offending the world around him, offending himself...it reads like a bewildered kid trying to figure out why he has suddenly been let out of a cupboard, and instead of the punch in the face he was expecting to receive, he instead gets applause from a world of strangers.

Some people dont like Bukowski, but part of his beauty is he doesnt want you to like him. He doesnt care about the reader. He wrote because without writing he might have simply been a monster. But his words made him a genius.

His honesty, in a literary world crammed with vampires in love and all sorts of bestselling ideas that get published and make me want to puke, is something I often revisit to remind myself why I love writing. He feels like, to me, the last of the old days.

If you dont get him, thats fine. But Bukowski has to be respected.

Hes one of the all time very best.

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This wasnt an amazing, blow you away book, but is that what you would really expect going into it? Ive read a handful of Bukowski novels before and Ive liked them even though some of their honesty makes me cringe now and again.

This is a selection of short stories, mostly autobiographical, and I found them delightful and easy to digest. Ive never read any of Bukowskis poetry, but he does a good job at truncated writing. Little blurbs of thought and ponderings of things instead of forcing a long story where one does not exist.

I found this book to be heartfelt, braggish, intriguing, thought-provoking, appalling, upsetting, and many other buzz words.

While Im sure there are many fabrications, Bukowskis honesty and unapologetic documentation of some of his day to day living is pretty eye-opening stuff, even if he processes it through a filter of a narrative. As someone who can be kind of a drunken ass sometimes, it was a nice little peek into other peoples motivations and existence while not solely defining them by those actions.

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I was looking for something new (to me) in the early 90s and some dweeb in a Brentanos recommended this to me because Bukowski has died months before. I hate discovering something great just after the author has died. I also hate people saying how great some author (or artist) was after they die, but they never had much to say while the author was still alive.

Anyway, this is one of his two greatest novels.

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Turiu pripažinti, kad tikrai užtrukau, kol šią knygą baigiau. Jei ne užklupusi nesiliaujanti nemiga, kuri prilygta lengvam ,,beprotybė[email protected] jausmui, šios Bukio kūrinių kolekcijos gal ir apskritai nebūčiau daugiau į rankas paėmusi. Nesutinku, kad būtent šioje knygoje atsiskleidžia visas autoriaus talentas. Daugybė apsakymų ganėtinai kartojasi, tad galiausiai pasidaro nuobodoka, per daug nuspėjama, o jei vis tik užsikabini, netrukus istorija baigiasi. Kaip visada, rašytojo stilius nepriekaištingai maištingas, laužantis visas gramatikos bei išpuoselėtos estetikos taisykles, kas mane asmeniškai nepaprastai žavi, tačiau ,,[email protected] tikrai ne kiekvienam. Trumpai ir aiškiai - knyga nėra niekam tikusi, tačiau ir ne pati geriausia, ką teko skaityti iš Bukowskio repertuaro Jei norisi ,,susipaž[email protected] su autoriumi bei jo kūryba, siūlčiau tą pažintį pradėti nuo ,,Paš[email protected]

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Буковски. Всички го почитат и възхваляват. Малко хора си позволяват да говорят за крайно сексистките му коментари, които не просто ми се набиват твърде много на очи, ами и ми ги избиват... В цялата книга се повтаря история след история за изнасилвания и как нашият приятел не може да се сдържи. Все едно. Като цяло книгата ми хареса (естествено като изключим сексизма), Буковски си е Буковски с всичките му псувни и крайни изказвания, въпреки това верни. Твърде грубовато подхвърлено, без увъртания, ония коне естествено никога не ги разбрах, все едно, цинизъм на ниво отвратителност, реалността е изобразена по един ужасен начин, по който само той може да я обясни. Всяка жена е к*рва, всеки мъж е пиян глупак, на няколко места се появява жена, чието ниво никой не може да достигне и се описва детайлно всяка част от тялото `и. Имаше моменти, в които ме избиваше на смях, други на озадачаване, в трети просто си блъсках главата да разбера живота на една дърта пияница. А може би не е за разбиране. Само на една история, която ме грабна най-много се смях 10 минути в час, озаглавена @Тези велики писатели@. Заслужава си да се прочете циничността. Може би малко хора ще я разберат, де. Но нормалността е дефект.

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