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Giving Bukowski His Due,” predicts that Bukowski will be read far into the 21st century. Buy his books before you buy this one.

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Chapter Three, “Problems of Masculinity: Selected pages Title Page. Other editions – View all Charles Bukowski: Chapter Two, “Bukowski Among the Autobiographers,” pursues Bukowski’s comprehensive autobiographical project.

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Charles Bukowski: Autobiographer, Gender Critic, Iconoclast

The book’s conclusion, “Summing Up: Chapter Two, “Bukowski Among the Autobiographers,” pursues Bukowski’s comprehensive autobiographical project.

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As general postmodern phenomenon, he blends the democratic accessibility of populist writing with the adventurous gesturing of the avant-garde, and the result is direct, daring, truthful, and funny.

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Charles Bukowski: Autobiographer, Gender Critic, Iconoclast

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