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Very good; Collectible. What a guy. What a life. What a body of work. Bukowski in a nutshell: He fancied himself more a punk than a beatnik. He drank, smoked, wrote and had sex with literary groupies repeatedly and enthusiastically. This book really does a good job of covering the basics-even if it is puffed-up with a lot of drawings and cartoons.
Very good; Collectible. "La Tarantula, the most agile gypsy dancer in Spain, would ensnare men fascinated by her beauty in the oldest trap in the world-lust. Of all the lovers that swooned on La Tarantula's bosom, not one died a natural death. Those touched by the cursed beauty of this passionate jezebel died a violent death by fire, by sword, and by the beast." (18)
Very good. It's an interview. A lengthy interview conducted by Fernando Pivano in 1980. Also included are Pivano's extensive notes. Bukowski was frank, revealing and, most important to most of us, shocking. Lots of stuff about drinking, smoking, screwing, writing, farting and occasionally bathing. Bukowski: anti-beat. He was in intensely interesting guy.
Publisher: Top Shelp Productions, Marietta
Date published: 1999
Description: Very good; Collectible. By the author of HUTCH OWEN and THE SANDS. It's a self-contained graphic novel. "Set in the summertime Boston and central Florida during a tropical storm, BANKS/Eubanks follows the routines and daydreams of lazy Barney Banks, the adventures of which he imagines himself worthy, and the real life adventures he must endure. Will Barney Banks thrive in the hurricane? Or die a dog's death? read more
Binding: First edition, Hardcover, Fine in Fine dj,
Publisher: Harcourt, New York
Date published: 2000
Description: Very good; Collectible. A collection of stories and essays about humankind's growing away from the cradle of Earth. Contributors include Asimov, Baxter, Bear, Blish, Bradbury, Brin, Clarke, Niven, McAuley and others. No remainder mark! read more