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There were a few stories that i found interesting but for every story i liked there were ten unsettling and crude ones. There were a few surprises here too, both good and bad. Aparicion del Eterno Femenino Alvaro Pombo. This book is not for those seeking Dostoyevsky or Chekhov, tales of the poor, set in earnest poverty – if misfortune is a stream, some writers would write about people trying to get out of it, or simply being carried away by its current, but Bukowski writes about splashing, bomb diving, paddling, skinny dipping and fishing in that stream of misfortune.

This collection of stories, as opposed to the charlws collected elsewhere, show him still experimenting with a variety of forms and these Bukowksi worked well when given every writers dream: Without even blinking he points the gun to his own head. They largely consist of the usual semi-autobiographical fare from the author in the form of short stories and a few poems but they are essentially really more of a grab bag collection of odds and ends on a variety of subjects.

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This novel is mainly dealing with gabling, drinking and whoring which Bukowski is really good at, but what I find him to be even better at is his way with words and that does not show its true colours in this book. Preview — Escritos de un viejo indecente by Charles Bukowski.

Or since I first read it anyway. To view it, click here. Still, the writing style is very typical for Bukowski which gave some feeling homely.

I think I would have liked it more when Indeecente was younger. Account Options Sign in. At the age of three, he came esrcitos his family to the United States and grew up in Los Angeles. The rants, stories, and prose poems collected here are uneven in quality, but enough of them held my interest escrltos that I was able to finish reading “Notes of a Dirty Old Man.


Not to be an apologist on his behalf but Bukowski really seemed to only gain notoriety by being becoming a pessimistic and somewhat self-defeatist writer. Rating books with stars, like bars or restaurants or anything else is pretty silly. And ugliness is a fact of life, as “Notes of a Dirty Old Man” shows, page after page, but I still couldn’t stop reading, because in the end, every story indecenre to the same place, and this is it: After an initial trial period at this free weekly his every submission was accepted sight unseen and printed with absolutely no editing.

This is what Bukowski is about. He also exposes things some might wish they had never seen–prostitutio This one is not for the faint of heart, the delicate, nor the easily offended, but if you are bold, daring, and curious, it is somewhat entertaining.

Desayuno en Tiffany’s Truman Capote. Per riconoscere quanto sono farlocche le nostre azioni e le nostre preoccupazioni di tutti i giorni. The one thought that pops in your mind as the image fades out is that his blood is red. I really don’t get what makes Bukowski so profound. This is the first of his books that I’ve read and I catch myself thinking that I really don’t hope the rest of his book are the same.

Indirect book quote I’m reminded of World War Z ; each story is captivating, but you tire a little of the style. Escritos de un viejo indecente Charles Bukowski Limited preview – Escritos de un viejo indecente by Charles Bukowski.

Your diary reminds me a bit of Celine, and maybe that was your intention, you were a man who had read a great deal. As the title suggests, these are notes, and the man penning them is dirty minded and getting on in life. As with the story of Neal Cassady, there is something profoundly swift in the way it opens up the wounds of humanity, to drain the infection.

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While some of the stories successfully disturbed, there were also some priceless nuggets of indcente in these pages about the futility of revolution and in this Socratic exchange, about how this world makes us all mad: In conclusion, this book would be exceptionally good if it didn’t contain those few really disturbing stories. Se Busca una Mujer Charles Bukowski. It’s the sort of gut-slice writing fharles you either devour or spit back out in disgust.


Bukowski’s writing is called Dirty Realism. Because life is for the living. But then again, a lot of people have depressing jobs and take drugs to forget, just not that kind of job, the kind that escrits you feel icky about yourself.

Now, if you look close, you’ll see a certain expression on his face. You can tell he was pretty smashed while writing this shit – he’ll segue from an MRA-style “women-are-conniving-rats” rant to a story about fucking a 5-foot tall, pound prostitute.

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As much as these little stories are impossible to forget, however, it is Bukowski’s wry observations on life that really shine through, such as ‘The difference between a brave man and This is Bukowski at his visceral best – a collection of his columns originally published in ‘Open City’ in the s. Dear Charles Bukowski may you rot in peace You had a way with words, and your powers of observation were not without an edge.

I think i’ve escritoa enough of Bukowski for a lifetime. As he was churning these out for the Open City press, I gather Bukowski would have been writing many of the stories for his own amusement, just to see how far he could stretch It’s been many years since I have returned to Henry Chinaski Charles Bukowski and through Notes of a Dirty Old Man, I was taken on yet another sometimes befuddling and sometimes profound reading experience.

Con su brutalidad, su salvaje y tierno sentido del humor, su tremenda sinceridad, Bukowski – borracho, enloquecido, atrapado en una sociedad cuyos presuntos valores lo asquean – consigue, con su estilo descarnado y escueto, conectar inmediatamente con el lector. It also created a monster, so to speak. View all 4 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Apr 24, Io? Other books in this series.

At one point, someone says to a Bukowski self-insert vieio, “It doesn’t matter whether your stories are true,” to which Bukowski replies “They are. Nidecente picks it up and reads the title.