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The pleasures of the damned : poems, 1951-1993

Verfasser/in: Charles Bukowski; John Martin
Verlag: New York : Ecco, ©2007.
Ausgabe/Format   Buch : Gedichte : Englisch : 1st edAlle Ausgaben und Formate anzeigen
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Zusammenfassung:
To his legions of fans, Charles Bukowski was- - and remains- - a counterculture icon. A hard- drinking wild man of literature, a stubborn outsider to the poetry world, he struck a chord with generations of readers, writing raw, tough poetry about booze, work, and women, that spoke to his fans as "real" and, like the work of the Beats, even dangerous.
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Physisches Format Online version:
Bukowski, Charles.
Pleasures of the damned.
New York : Ecco, 2007
(OCoLC)608025306
Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Charles Bukowski; John Martin
ISBN: 9780061228438 0061228435
OCLC-Nummer: 166624738
Anmerkungen: Includes index.
Beschreibung: 556 p. : port. ; 24 cm.
Inhalt: Mockingbird --
Something's knocking at the door --
His wife, the painter --
On the sidewalk and in the sun --
Elephants of Vietnam --
Dark night poem --
Last days of the suicide kid --
Tabby cat --
Metamorphosis --
Poem is a city --
Smile to remember --
Free 25-page booklet --
They, all of them know --
Future congressman --
Eulogy --
Drowning --
Fooling Marie (the poem) --
Young man on the bus stop bench --
For they had things to say --
Silly damned thing anyhow --
Upon reading an interview with a best-selling novelist in our Metropolitan Daily newspaper --
Harbor freeway south --
Schoolyards of forever --
In the lobby --
Sex --
Clean, well-lighted place --
Something for the touts, the nuns, the grocery clerks and you --
Blue beads and bones --
Like a cherry seed in the throat --
turnabout --
Mystery leg --
Girl outside the supermarket --
It is not much --
2 outside, as bones break in my kitchen --
Japanese wife --
Harder you try --
Lady in red --
Shower --
I was glad --
Angel who pushed his wheelchair --
Time to remember --
Wrong way --
No wonder --
Threat to my immportality --
My telephone --
Carson McCullers --
Mongolian coasts shining in light --
Putrefaction --
Where was Jane? --
Something about a woman --
Sunday lunch at the Holy Mission --
Trashcan lives --
School days --
Grass --
Crucifix in a deathhand --
Screw-game --
Millionaires --
When you wait for the dawn to crawl through the screen like a burglar to take your life away --
Talkers --
Art --
Advice for some young man in the year 2064 A.D. --
Ice for the eagles --
Girl in a miniskirt reading the Bible outside my window --
Hell is a lonely place --
Girls and the birds --
1813-1883 --
No leaders, please --
Song --
One for Sherwood Anderson --
Bow wow love --
Day the epileptic spoke --
When Hugo Wolf went mad --
In a neighborhood of murder --
Strangest sight you ever did see --
Second novel --
Junk --
Mademoiselle from Armentieres --
Now --
Society should realize --
Souls of dead animals --
Tragedy of the leaves --
Birds --
Loner --
Genius of the crowd --
German bar --
Snow of Italy --
For Jane: with all the live I had, which was not enough: notice --
For Jane --
Eulogy to a hell of a dame --
Barfly --
Was Li Po wrong? --
Night I saw George Raft in Vegas --
I am eaten by butterflies --
Veryest --
Man mowing the lawn across the way from me --
Oh, yes --
Poop --
Phillipe's 1950 --
Downtown --
Elephants in the zoo --
Girl on the escalator --
Shit shits --
Big time loser --
Commerce --
Come on in! --
Bakers of 1935 --
Secret laughter --
Democracy --
Empire of coins --
What? --
American Flag Shirt --
Now she's free --
Simple truth --
Gold in your eye --
Great writer --
Smoking car --
Shoelace --
Self-inflicted wounds --
Verdi --
Young lady who lives in Canoga Park --
Life of the king --
My failure --
Boy and his dog --
Liberated woman and liberated man --
Small talk --
Crunch --
Funhouse --
Poetry reading --
Somebody --
Colored birds --
Poem for personnel managers: my fate --
My atomic stockpile --
Bruckner --
Hello, how are you? --
Vacancy --
Batting slump --
Bang bang --
Pleasures of the damned --
One more good one --
Little girls hissed --
Ha ha ha ha ha, ha ha --
Thoughts from a stone bench in Venice --
Scene in a tent outside the cotton fields of Bakersfield: 3:16 and one half ... --
Literary discussion --
Butterflies --
Great escape --
My friend William --
Safe --
Starve, go mad, or kill yourself --
Beautiful lady --
My life as a sitcom --
Who needs it? --
Riots --
Those marvelous lunches --
Look --
Big one --
Genius --
About the PEN Conference --
What a man I was --
Scarlet --
Like a flower in the rain --
Killer --
Prayer in bad weather --
Melancholia --
Eat your heart out --
I made a mistake --
She comes from somewhere --
High-rise of the New World --
Car wash --
Van Gogh --
Railroad yard --
Girls at the green hotel --
In other words --
Destroying beauty --
Peace --
Afternoons into night --
We ain't got no money, honey, but we got rain --
Marina --
Trollius and trellises --
Beagle --
Coffee and babies --
Magical mystery tour --
Last generation --
About competition --
Radio with guts --
Egg --
Killer gets ready --
In the center of the action --
Poetry --
Notes upon the flaxen aspect --
Fisherman --
1930s --
Burning of the dream --
Sit and endure --
Goldfish --
Finish --
Dreaming --
My special craving --
Love poem --
One writer's funeral --
Wine of forever --
Pile-up --
My big night on the town --
Close encounters of another kind --
Drying out --
Scene from 1940 --
Area of pause --
I know you --
Relentless as the tarantula --
Replacements --
To lean back into it --
Eating my senior citizen's dinner at the Sizzler --
It's strange --
Beast --
Woman on the street --
Lost in San Pedro --
Manx --
History of a tough motherfucker --
Bad fix --
One for the old boy --
My cats --
Death wants more death --
Lisp --
On being 20 --
Meanwhile --
World's greatest loser --
Human nature --
Trash men --
Gold pocket watch --
Talking to my mailbox --
I liked him --
One for the shoeshine man --
Proud thin dying --
Shot of red-eye --
About pain --
Hot --
Who in the hell is Tom Jones? --
Price --
I'm in love --
Girls --
Ladies of summer --
Tonight --
Shoes --
Hug the dark --
Face of a political candidate on a street billboard --
White dog --
On going out to get the mail --
Spring swan --
How is your heart? --
Closing time --
Racetrack parking lot at the end of the day --
There --
Dinosauria, we --
Mind and heart --
TB --
Crime does pay --
Orderly --
Nurses --
Cancer --
First poem back --
Tired in the afterdusk --
Again --
So now? --
Blue --
Summation --
Sun coming down --
Twilight musings --
My last winter --
Like a dolphin --
Bluebird --
If we take.
Andere Titel Pleasures of the damned
Verfasserangabe: Charles Bukowski ; edited by John Martin.

Abstract:

To his legions of fans, Charles Bukowski was- - and remains- - a counterculture icon. A hard- drinking wild man of literature, a stubborn outsider to the poetry world, he struck a chord with generations of readers, writing raw, tough poetry about booze, work, and women, that spoke to his fans as "real" and, like the work of the Beats, even dangerous.

THE PLEASURES OF THE DAMNED is a selection of the best works of Bukowski's later years, edited by John Martin of Black Sparrow Press, including the last of his new, never- before- published poems.

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