PELEANDO A LA CONTRA BUKOWSKI PDF

Jun 02, Corin rated it it was amazing I have gone through a few stages over the years in reading Buk. At some point in time I just got tired of his apparent qualities of egotism, narcissism, misogyny, and what I saw as a romanticization of poverty and alcoholism What was there to like about Bukowski? As it turns out, I have been reading this anthology, which gathers some of his "best" writing in his forty or fifty I have gone through a few stages over the years in reading Buk. As it turns out, I have been reading this anthology, which gathers some of his "best" writing in his forty or fifty books.

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At some point in time I just got tired of his apparent qualities of egotism, narcissism, misogyny, and what I saw as a romanticization of poverty and alcoholism What was there to like about Bukowski? As it turns out, I have been reading this anthology, which gathers some of his "best" writing in his forty or fifty I have gone through a few stages over the years in reading Buk. As it turns out, I have been reading this anthology, which gathers some of his "best" writing in his forty or fifty books.

They might even say something but a subliminal text is evident that says something entirely different. While behaving as a selfish prick toward a woman, for example, it occurs to the reader that the protagonist has had any number of negative experiences that burnt him to the point that he no longer has any ability to imagine a different response--as if he lacks any power, sometimes the awareness as well, to behave in a healthy way.

This, Bukowski seems to recognize as being a factor in his loneliness and alienation, but considering all the alternatives that might be less lonely, he would have to compromise something essential to the Bukowskian man: personal freedom.

That is sort of a Faustian bargain though, as personal freedom also begets loneliness. Personal freedom is necessary for his male, white characters because they are stuck in a working class prison that basically demands the confrontation of stark choices. One offers an easier retirement and perhaps a dysfunctional, of course family, but sacrifices dignity.

The alternative, having an indifferent attitude towards work means that other aspects of life will suffer; one will not be able to conform to the straight society; one will not find a respectable woman as a girlfriend or whatever. Sex is not something he seems to care whether someone gets hurt over--sometimes the character commits rape e. There are also selections of poetry in this book, but I chose to focus on the prose because I prefer the prose. If you would like to sample Bukowski over the thirty years or so of his career, this would be a good place to start.

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