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    failure

    i once read a poem by buk dealing with failure and the impossibility to really fail at something, cause the conditions leading to your failure where not your conditions or something like that....it ends with the advice to stash that poem away and read it when in despear .... ...just cant seem...
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    An Introduction to Charles Bukowski - Jay Dougherty

    Dont know if someone has posted this before(didnt find anything), its an academic essay on Bukowski, you can read it here: http://www.jaydougherty.com/bukowski/index.html also an article about barfly on there, not bad. and this: "Coming soon: Original Bukowski interviews by...
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    The Working Class Beats: a Marxist analysis of Beat

    The Working Class Beats: a Marxist analysis of Beat Writing and Culture from the Fifties to the Seventies. http://www.shef.ac.uk/socstudies/Shop/2whiston.pdf An Essay about the BeatsMovement,with Bukowski in the middle. He was the living marxistTheory, they say...
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    The liberation of men is not necessary, they say

    "The liberation of men is not necessary,they say" Its a quote from Lovetales of the hyena, i think. You should notice that it says men not man. What did hank mean by that?
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    Christmas Sucks!

    what it says. How many times a day i have to hear,see&smell this word,for months already its christmas here and blowme there..what a psychotic freakshow from head to tail. "Bring me your love" and put it right there under the tree. Fuck it.
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    searching for 2 of buks older short stories (a thread hijacked by Al Purdy & co.)

    i was reading in "screams from the balcony" about hank trying to find a story he wrote about some hippies being captured and eaten by cannibals(one of his favorite storys,he says),does anyone know the name of the story and where i can find it? theres also another story he mentions about two...
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    We.. Unauthorized Arundhati Roy - You schould see this!

    its a fast-paced musical documentary that visualizes the words of Arundhati Roy, specifically her famous Come September speech. 64 minute documentary that cover the world politics of power, war, corporations, deception and exploitation. It visualizes the words of Arundhati Roy, specifically...
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