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    What Matters Most is How Well You Walk Through the Fire

    Mehka - 01. dec 1999
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    ISBN/EAN:P_9781574231052
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    This second posthumous collection from Charles Bukowski takes readers deep into the raw, wild vein of writing that extends from the early 70s to the 1990s.

    Review
    $100
    $180 Gone
    The 12 Hour Night
    3 Old Men At Separate Tables
    38,000-to-one
    4 Christs
    75 Million Dollars
    The 8 Count Concerto
    About A Trip To Spain
    Action On The Corner
    An Afternoon In February
    Am I The Only One Who Suffers Thus?
    The Angel Who Pushed His Wheelchair
    Anonymity
    Another Day
    Apprentices
    The Artist
    Artistic Selfishness
    Assault
    At The Zoo
    Ax And Blade
    The Bakers Of 1935
    Be Alone
    Beast
    Beethoven Conducted His Last Symphony While Totally Deaf
    The Bells
    Blue Beads And Bones
    Blue Head Of Death
    The Blue Pigeon
    Born To Lose
    A Boy And His Dog
    Bravo!
    Bright Lights And Serpents
    Brown And Solemn
    Bruckner
    Butterflies
    Canned Heat?
    Captain Goodwine
    Carlton Way Off Western Ave.
    Christmas Poem To A Man In Jail
    The Cigarette Of The Sun
    The Circus Of Death
    Coke Blues
    Combat Primer
    Comments Upon My Last Book Of Poesy
    Computer Class
    A Correction To A Lady Of Poesy
    Crickets
    The Crowd
    The Crunch (2)
    The Dangerous Ladies
    Daylight Saving Time
    Demise
    Dog Fight 1990
    Downtown
    Everywhere, Everywhere
    Farewell My Lovely
    Fast Track
    Fellow Countryman
    The First One
    Floor Job
    Full Moon
    The Gamblers
    German Bar
    Gone Away
    Guess Who?
    Hanging There On The Wall
    Hard Times On Carlton Way
    He Knows Us All
    Hollywood Ranch Market
    The Hookers, The Madmen And The Doomed
    Horseshit
    Hunchback
    Hunger
    I Hear All The Latest Hit Tunes
    I Inherit
    I Used To Feel Sorry For Henry Miller
    I Want A Mermaid
    I'll Send You A Postcard
    The Icecream People
    Igloo
    Image
    In The Lobby
    In This Cage Some Songs Are Born
    In This City Now
    Insanity
    An Interlude
    La Femme Finie
    The Last Poetry Reading
    Legs
    Legs And White Thighs
    Legs, Hips And Behind
    Life Of The King
    Lifedance
    Like A Cherry Seed In The Throat
    Locked In
    Looking For Jack
    Mademoiselle From Armentieres
    Mahler
    Man's Best Friend
    The Man?
    Me And Capote
    Mean And Stingy
    The Meaning Of It All
    Memory
    The Mice
    More Argument
    Morning Love
    My Big Moment
    My Father And The Bum
    My Father's Big-time Fling
    My Friends Down At The Corner
    My Garden
    My Literary Fly
    My Movie
    Nana
    Neither A Borrower Nor A Lender Be
    A New War
    The Night I Saw George Raft In Vegas
    No Guru
    No Title
    Nobody Home
    Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
    Note Left On The Dresser By A Lady Friend
    Odd
    An Old Jockey
    On Lighting A Cigar
    On Shaving
    On The Sidewalk And In The Sun
    One More Good One
    One-to-five
    The Ordinary Cafe Of The World
    The Pact
    The People
    Pershing Square, Los Angeles, 1939
    Phillipe's 1950
    Plants Which Easily Winter Kills
    Poor Mimi
    The Pretty Girl Who Rented Rooms
    Probably So
    The Professionals
    The Railroad Yard
    Rape
    Raw With Love
    Revolt In The Ranks
    Roll The Dice
    The Savior: 1970
    Scene From 1940
    School Days
    The Sensitive, Young Poet
    She Comes From Somewhere
    The Silver Mirror
    The Singer
    Slaughter
    Sloppy Love
    Smiling, Shining, Singing
    Snake Eyes?
    Some Notes On Bach And Haydn
    Sometimes Even Putting A Nickel Into A Parking Meter Feels Good
    Stuck With It
    Sunday Lunch At The Holy Mission
    Tabby Cat
    Thanks For That
    They Arrived In Time
    This Moment
    This Particular War
    Time
    To Lean Back Into It
    Too Many Blacks
    Too Soon
    A Touch Of Steel
    Trouble In The Night
    An Unusual Place
    Vallejo
    Van Gogh
    Victory!
    A Vote For The Gentle Light
    Wasted
    The Way It Works
    We Needed Him
    What Do They Want?
    What's It All Mean?
    What?
    When The Violets Roar At The Sun
    White Dog
    Wide And Moving
    Wind The Clock
    Winter: 44th Year
    Woman In The Supermarket
    You Do It While You're Killing Flies
    The Young Man On The Bus Stop Bench
    Young Men

    Fast and funny, these 200-odd pieces, which date from the 1970's up through the 1990's, cover little new ground stylistically or thematically. -- The New York Times Book Review, Jennifer Schuessler
    About the Author
    Charles Bukowski is one of America's best-known contemporary writers of poetry and prose, and, many would claim, its most influential and imitated poet. He was born in Andernach, Germany, and raised in Los Angeles, where he lived for fifty years. He published his first story in 1944, when he was twenty-four, and began writing poetry at the age of thirty-five. He died in San Pedro, California, on March 9, 1994, at the age of seventy-three, shortly after completing his last novel, Pulp.

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    This second posthumous collection from Charles Bukowski takes readers deep into the raw, wild vein of writing that extends from the early 70s to the 1990s.

    Review
    $100
    $180 Gone
    The 12 Hour Night
    3 Old Men At Separate Tables
    38,000-to-one
    4 Christs
    75 Million Dollars
    The 8 Count Concerto
    About A Trip To Spain
    Action On The Corner
    An Afternoon In February
    Am I The Only One Who Suffers Thus?
    The Angel Who Pushed His Wheelchair
    Anonymity
    Another Day
    Apprentices
    The Artist
    Artistic Selfishness
    Assault
    At The Zoo
    Ax And Blade
    The Bakers Of 1935
    Be Alone
    Beast
    Beethoven Conducted His Last Symphony While Totally Deaf
    The Bells
    Blue Beads And Bones
    Blue Head Of Death
    The Blue Pigeon
    Born To Lose
    A Boy And His Dog
    Bravo!
    Bright Lights And Serpents
    Brown And Solemn
    Bruckner
    Butterflies
    Canned Heat?
    Captain Goodwine
    Carlton Way Off Western Ave.
    Christmas Poem To A Man In Jail
    The Cigarette Of The Sun
    The Circus Of Death
    Coke Blues
    Combat Primer
    Comments Upon My Last Book Of Poesy
    Computer Class
    A Correction To A Lady Of Poesy
    Crickets
    The Crowd
    The Crunch (2)
    The Dangerous Ladies
    Daylight Saving Time
    Demise
    Dog Fight 1990
    Downtown
    Everywhere, Everywhere
    Farewell My Lovely
    Fast Track
    Fellow Countryman
    The First One
    Floor Job
    Full Moon
    The Gamblers
    German Bar
    Gone Away
    Guess Who?
    Hanging There On The Wall
    Hard Times On Carlton Way
    He Knows Us All
    Hollywood Ranch Market
    The Hookers, The Madmen And The Doomed
    Horseshit
    Hunchback
    Hunger
    I Hear All The Latest Hit Tunes
    I Inherit
    I Used To Feel Sorry For Henry Miller
    I Want A Mermaid
    I'll Send You A Postcard
    The Icecream People
    Igloo
    Image
    In The Lobby
    In This Cage Some Songs Are Born
    In This City Now
    Insanity
    An Interlude
    La Femme Finie
    The Last Poetry Reading
    Legs
    Legs And White Thighs
    Legs, Hips And Behind
    Life Of The King
    Lifedance
    Like A Cherry Seed In The Throat
    Locked In
    Looking For Jack
    Mademoiselle From Armentieres
    Mahler
    Man's Best Friend
    The Man?
    Me And Capote
    Mean And Stingy
    The Meaning Of It All
    Memory
    The Mice
    More Argument
    Morning Love
    My Big Moment
    My Father And The Bum
    My Father's Big-time Fling
    My Friends Down At The Corner
    My Garden
    My Literary Fly
    My Movie
    Nana
    Neither A Borrower Nor A Lender Be
    A New War
    The Night I Saw George Raft In Vegas
    No Guru
    No Title
    Nobody Home
    Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
    Note Left On The Dresser By A Lady Friend
    Odd
    An Old Jockey
    On Lighting A Cigar
    On Shaving
    On The Sidewalk And In The Sun
    One More Good One
    One-to-five
    The Ordinary Cafe Of The World
    The Pact
    The People
    Pershing Square, Los Angeles, 1939
    Phillipe's 1950
    Plants Which Easily Winter Kills
    Poor Mimi
    The Pretty Girl Who Rented Rooms
    Probably So
    The Professionals
    The Railroad Yard
    Rape
    Raw With Love
    Revolt In The Ranks
    Roll The Dice
    The Savior: 1970
    Scene From 1940
    School Days
    The Sensitive, Young Poet
    She Comes From Somewhere
    The Silver Mirror
    The Singer
    Slaughter
    Sloppy Love
    Smiling, Shining, Singing
    Snake Eyes?
    Some Notes On Bach And Haydn
    Sometimes Even Putting A Nickel Into A Parking Meter Feels Good
    Stuck With It
    Sunday Lunch At The Holy Mission
    Tabby Cat
    Thanks For That
    They Arrived In Time
    This Moment
    This Particular War
    Time
    To Lean Back Into It
    Too Many Blacks
    Too Soon
    A Touch Of Steel
    Trouble In The Night
    An Unusual Place
    Vallejo
    Van Gogh
    Victory!
    A Vote For The Gentle Light
    Wasted
    The Way It Works
    We Needed Him
    What Do They Want?
    What's It All Mean?
    What?
    When The Violets Roar At The Sun
    White Dog
    Wide And Moving
    Wind The Clock
    Winter: 44th Year
    Woman In The Supermarket
    You Do It While You're Killing Flies
    The Young Man On The Bus Stop Bench
    Young Men

    Fast and funny, these 200-odd pieces, which date from the 1970's up through the 1990's, cover little new ground stylistically or thematically. -- The New York Times Book Review, Jennifer Schuessler
    About the Author
    Charles Bukowski is one of America's best-known contemporary writers of poetry and prose, and, many would claim, its most influential and imitated poet. He was born in Andernach, Germany, and raised in Los Angeles, where he lived for fifty years. He published his first story in 1944, when he was twenty-four, and began writing poetry at the age of thirty-five. He died in San Pedro, California, on March 9, 1994, at the age of seventy-three, shortly after completing his last novel, Pulp.

    O avtorju

    -Charles Bukowski-


    Charles Bukowski (1920-1994), ameriški pisatelj in pesnik, je bil glavni poet ameriškega velemesta Los
    Angeles, zato tudi njegova poezija izraža močan utrip tega mesta. Kot piscu proze so mu bile najbližje novele, ki jih je združene objavil v kar nekaj knjigah. Pisal je o vsakodnevnih pojavih kapitalistične družbe, kot so kriminal,  alkoholizem, prostitucija, narkomanija in revščina. Opisoval je ulično življenje in ljudi z najglobljega dna. Je kultna osebnost sodobne književnosti in ima velik vpliv tako na mlade bralce, kot ustvarjalce, saj se je kot umetnik razvijal v obdobju hipi generacije. V svojih novelah mnogokrat nastopa kot avtobiografski lik Henry Chinaski, sicer pa je spadal pod zvrst prestopniškega leposlovja.

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    Podrobnosti o izdelku

    • Jezik: angleški
    • Leto izida: 1999
    • Število strani: 390
    • ISBN/EAN: 9781574231052
    • Mere izdelka vxš: 22,8 x 12,7
    • Vezava: Mehka
    • Datum Izida: 01.12.1999
    • Založba: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
    • Avtor: Charles Bukowski
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