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review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 ↠ ❄ [EPUB] ✼ Notes of a Dirty Old Man By Charles Bukowski ➝ – Connecfloor.co.uk People come to my door—too many of them really—and knock to tell me Notes of a Dirty Old Man turns them on A bum off the road brings in a gypsy and his wife and we talk drink half the night A long People come [EPUB] Notes of a Dirty Old Man By Charles Bukowski Connecfloor.co.uk People come to my door—too many of them really—and knock to tell me Notes of a Dirty Old Man turns them on A bum off the road brings in a gypsy and his wife and we talk drink half the night A long Pe.

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Inking beer and to eat well I hear from a madman who calls himself 'King Arthur' and Notes of MOBI : lives on Vine Street in Hollywood and wants to help me write my column A doctor comes to my door 'I read your column and think I can help you I used to be a psychiatrist' I send him away.

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Notes of a Dirty Old ManOple come to a Dirty PDF/EPUB my door—too many of them really—and knock to tell me Notes of a Dirty Old Man turns them on A bum off the road brings in a gypsy and his wife and we talk drink half the night A long distance operator from Newburgh NY sends me money She wants me to give up dr.

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  • Jacob Overmark

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManDear Charles Bukowski may you rot in peace You had a way with words and your powers of observation were not without an edge I uite liked your political statements they showed that you after all used your intellect what ever much was left of it in your intoxicated brainYour diary reminds me a bit of Celine and maybe that was your intention you were a man who had read a great dealI realise that you in your life have felt betrayed and not as valued a writer as you thought you deserved Regrettably this piece of apeshit does not add much to the value History is filled with tales of men falling apart finding only short lasting pleasures in sex and drugs and describing it in detail as if anyone cared about yet another low life writer Grammar wise there is something called “capital letter after punctuation” which you choose to neglect totally throughout your diary


  • Bryan Mclellan

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManRating books with stars like bars or restaurants or anything else is pretty sillyThis was a good book to read at night while drinking pints at pubs in Seattle A collection of articles from a small paper in Los Angeles there's no apparent chronology or order of any kind to them If there is it's deep an intellectualAnd after all an intellectual takes something simple and makes it complex while an artist takes something complex and makes it simple Indirect book uoteI'm reminded of World War Z; each story is capti


  • Chris_P

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManPicture an alien Let's say for convenience sake he has a completely human appearance He crashed on earth a few hours ago and now wanders around in a city whose name is irrelevant while trying to get used to the possibility of having to spend the rest of his life among humans See him as he walks through a park absorbing images and smells pausing every once in a while to


  • berthamason

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManYou have to put Bukowski's sexism aside in order to enjoy his witty often brutal tales from the American underground Fun to read


  • Karky

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManI had a Chuck Bukowski kick back in 2004 I moved out of my father's house the year prior inadvertently isolated myself from most of my friends got a soul draining job in retail and fallen into a bit of depression which hardly anyone noticed Though I hardly remember what I read it spoke to me because I was in a toxic environment and Bukowski wrote with an honest intensity that was lacking in my life at the time


  • Elise

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManThis one is not for the faint of heart the delicate nor the easily offended but if you are bold daring and curious it is somewhat entertaining The rants stories and prose poems collected here are uneven in uality but enough of them held my interest so that I was able to finish reading Notes of a Dirty Old Man Bukowski is so unflinchingly honest about everything so don't read this if you can't handle the truth He also exposes things some might wish they had never seen prostitution murder abuse rape suicide suicide by alcoholism even necrophilia At times I found


  • Nikoline

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old Man Notes of a Dirty Old Man by Charles Bukowski is somewhat a autobiography of Bukowski himself but also his alter ego Henry This novel is mainly dealing with gabling drinking and whoring which Bukowski is really good at but what I find him to be even better at is his way with words and that does not show its true colours in this book I read for the prose when it comes to this author so I was very disappointed to find a lack so enormous that I could hardly get through the book Still the writing style is very typical for Bukowski which gave some feeling homely What I enjoyed the most about this book was the ending and not just because I could finally put the book down for good but because of its optimism Bukowski lead a v


  • Michael Seidlinger

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManSo dirtySo drunkySo angryTruly like an American Celine


  • Mat

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManLike South of No North this book has its ups and downs although I like Notes of a Dirty Old Man slightly better for several reasons There are some really really i


  • S.P.

    review Notes of a Dirty Old Man 103 Notes of a Dirty Old ManI was expecting something witty and intelligent what I got was violent crude misogynistic and highly unpleasant in the beginning at least After a few tens of pages it settles down into a well mostly stable narrative; almost like Bukowski wanted to put off the reader from delving further into the book Beneath the vulgarity self loathing and woman hating there is a glimmer of something Perhaps it is as the reviews on the back cover suggest about the futility of life It could be just the authors’ alter egos desire for self harm Maybe it is a commentary on the depths to which a down and out or if you prefer a poor unfortunate who has had some bad breaks will sink in order to avoid the real world Or perhaps it is just the rabid ranting of an old fart of a poet trying to shock It didn’t light my world on fire