Charles Bukowski and Alan Watts on How to Live a Good Life
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The words come from one of Bukowski’s most famous poems, “Bluebird” and the track called “Lovage.”
Charles Bukowski explores the life of the working man, who drinks, lives with mad women, and tries to make it as a writer.
The Charles Bukowski novel “Hollywood” tells of his experiences around the making of the movie “Barfly,” the only film for which he wrote the script.
The Charles Bukowski novel “Ham On Rye” shares his experiences growing up an abused child and an outcast.
‘Factotum’ is the second novel by German-American author Charles Bukowski, published in 1975 and follows his alter ego, Henry Chinaski.
“Portions From a Wine-Stained Notebook” is a collection of essays by German-American writer Charles Bukowski.
Herralde’s Editorial Anagrama press is known as one of the best Hispanic publishers in the world.
Charles Bukowski was more complex and multifaceted than a lot of people like to admit.
“Barfly” is the only movie Charles Bukowski ever wrote. It stars Mickey Rourke, as Bukowski alter-ego Henry Chinaski, and Faye Dunaway as his love interest.