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Bone palace ballet : new poems

Autor: Charles Bukowski
Editorial: Santa Rosa, CA : Black Sparrow Press, 1997.
Edición/Formato:   Libro impreso : Inglés (eng) : 1st edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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This is a collection of 175 previously unpublished works by Bukowski. It contains yarns about his childhood in the Depression and his early literary passions, his apprentice days as a hard-drinking,  Leer más

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Tipo de documento Libro
Todos autores / colaboradores: Charles Bukowski
ISBN: 1574230298 9781574230291 157423028X 9781574230284
Número OCLC: 36556284
Notas: "This first edition is published in paper wrappers; there are 750 hard cover trade copies; & 426 copies handbound in boards by Earle Grey each containing an original color serigraph print by Charles Bukowski"--Colophon.
LC has copy no. 194, with the print by the author.
Descripción: 363 pages : 1 portrait ; 24 cm
Contenido: God's man --
not normal --
classical --
the puking lady --
depression kid --
burlesque --
first love --
mountain --
field exercises --
what will the neighbors think? --
full circle --
a place in Philly --
the Kenyon Review and other matters --
big night on the town --
total madness --
on the bum --
society should realize ... --
madman --
nazi --
16 Jap machine gun bullets --
bar stool --
the mirror game --
liar, liar, pants on fire! --
the inspection --
somewhere in Texas --
city boy --
the strange morning outside the bar --
a $15 boy and a $1500 casket --
rosary --
the smirking dark --
two crazies --
a note on the masses --
Lord Byron --
the weak --
a tough time --
some luck, somehow --
art class --
payoff --
ding-dong --
AFDC for you and me --
I know you --
bone palace ballet --
oh --
what can you do? --
my friend, the parking lot attendant --
last will and testament --
12 minutes to post --
in the center of the action --
the fool --
the rock --
ah --
room 106 --
in other words --
the horseplayer --
the big one --
the parade --
bum on the loose --
going away --
stag --
late payment --
2 horse collars --
counsel --
the fighter --
my worst rejection slip --
40,000 --
coffeeshop --
poetry readings --
journey to the end --
upon reading a critical review --
the beautiful lady --
black --
my style --
dead --
a re-evaluation --
snake-eyes --
our world --
how to get rid of the purists --
a curious thing --
the finger --
don't forget --
last call --
undecent --
one of those --
candy-ass --
the word --
please --
good night, sweet prince --
Dreiser wasn't so hot either --
cruising --
the way it is --
a final word on no final word --
each man's hell is different --
the powers that be --
clever --
the poem --
my mail --
walking with the dead --
up through the night --
the fool dines out --
hey, hey, hey --
band-aid --
the dangling carrot --
preparation --
freeway --
the new homeless --
the mail --
killing life --
wait, it will find us --
the x-factor --
evaluation --
the young --
no return address --
yes sirree! --
snapshot (1985) --
finished? --
the voice of Chinaski --
quotable --
interview --
the lady who looks forever young --
an answer --
a model --
my companion --
the barometer --
the rivers --
dark, and darker --
the room --
the two toughest --
the darkening light --
those good people --
horse fly --
night cap --
action --
playtime --
poem for my 71st birthday --
slow night --
the racetrack salutes you! --
alone --
the joke --
Glasgow --
owl --
Dostoevsky --
my computer --
thanks to the computer --
safe --
3 blacks --
life like a big tender glove --
the old guy in the piano bar --
nights and years --
quiet in a quiet night --
a little cafe on 6th street --
death in modern age --
too hot --
the last song --
reunion --
disgusting --
Bach, come back --
the modern life --
mailbag --
self-invited --
old --
the young poets --
Belfast --
the dream --
returning to an old love --
cool fur --
old? --
a problem --
taken --
welcome darkness --
Bach --
great jazz --
a moment --
wondrous --
fact --
there.
Responsabilidad: Charles Bukowski.

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