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Verfasser/in: Charles Bukowski; John Martin
Herausgeber: London : Virgin, 2003.
Ausgabe/Format   Gedrucktes Buch : Gedichte : EnglischAlle Ausgaben und Formate anzeigen
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Charles Bukowski was one of America's best-known writers and one of its most influential and imitated poets.

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Gattung/Form: Poetry
Physisches Format Online version:
Bukowski, Charles.
New poems.
London : Virgin, 2003
(OCoLC)989084991
Dokumenttyp Buch
Alle Autoren: Charles Bukowski; John Martin
ISBN: 0753507994 9780753507995 0753507986 9780753507988 0753510367 9780753510360
OCLC-Nummer: 52997317
Anmerkungen: "These poems are part of an archive of unpublished work that Charles Bukowski left to be published after his death."--Title page verso.
"First published in the United States of America in 2003 by Ecco as Sifting through the madness for the word, the line, the way"--Title page verso.
Beschreibung: 2 volumes ; 20 cm
Inhalt: So you want to be a writer? --
My secret life --
The column --
Commerce --
The Mexican fighters --
This dog --
The great escape --
A quick one --
The old anarchist --
And I still won't vote --
Just trying to do a good deed --
One step removed --
My life as a sitcom --
A mechanical Lazarus --
My god --
After the sandstorm --
Carry on! --
Straw hats --
Drink and wait --
Basking in the evil light --
What can I do? --
Out of the sickroom and into the white blazing sun --
Temporal ease --
You never liked me --
Our big day at the movies --
About competition --
Fingernails --
Iron --
Extraterrestrial visitor --
Small talk --
Too sweet --
Work-fuck problems --
Observations on music --
Fly boy --
Unblinking grief --
Houses and dark streets --
The joke is on the sun --
Like a polluted river flowing --
Girlfriends --
Escape 1942 --
A strange horse poem --
The longest snake in the world --
The niceties --
Time to water the plants and feed the cat --
I'm flattered --
Neither Shakespeare nor Mickey Spillane --
Show business --
Pop! --
The interview --
Re-union --
Genius unfettered --
Bob --
Bearclaw morning --
Death and transfiguration --
Warriors in this place --
A sickness? --
A fine night --
Riots --
Venice Beach --
The con job --
Looking back --
The love poems of Catullus --
Dream girl --
Empties --
The landlady --
About the mail --
Have you ever pulled a lion's tail? --
Who needs it? --
Tight black pants --
The weirdest day --
Burning bright --
The death of a hero --
Hooked --
Found poems --
Runaway inflation --
The significance was obscure --
Cracking the odds --
Working through it all --
Giving thanks --
Los Angeles --
2,294 --
Why do you write so many poems about death? --
Evidence --
A wise ass --
The dressmaker --
Lunch in Beverly Hills --
She was really mad --
A tree, a road, a toad --
In one ear and out the other --
Excuses --
Bygone days --
In a lady's bedroom --
Model friend --
The invitation --
Hollywood hustle --
Buddha Chinaski says --
Like Lazarus --
Soft and fat like summer roses --
In transit --
"Dear Mr. Chinaski" --
Silverfish --
The popularity kid --
Death and white glue --
Fun times: 1930 --
My bully --
Ow ow ow --
The singers --
The march --
The way things are --
Words for you --
Strictly bullshit --
Written before I got one --
Straight on --
Remember this --
Now see here --
Little poem --
Gertrude up the stairway, 1943 --
Where was I? --
Sloppy day --
Note on the telephone --
At the edge --
Heads without faces, seen in all the places --
Coming awake --
The simple truth --
Here and now --
Crazy world --
Good stuff --
Respite --
The horse player --
Displaced --
In search of a hero --
Escapade --
Burning, burning --
Upon reading an interview with a best-selling novelist --
Nothing to it --
This place --
A.D. 701-762 --
Regrets of a sort --
Too young --
Listening to the radio at 1:35 a.m --
Unclassical symphony --
Dinner for free --
A song from the 70's --
.188 --
War some of the time --
At last --
Misbegotten paradise --
My big night on the town --
Nobody but you --
Like a dolphin.
Verfasserangabe: Charles Bukowski ; John Martin, editor.

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